Hosting dinner and drinks has become one of the most popular ways to spend the last night of the year. But being in the comfort of your own home is no excuse to let your style suffer. The key here is to sharpen up without trying too hard, so add key pieces like heels or tailored trousers to really
make your outfit count.
If you’re braving the great outdoors, remember that functionality is just as important as style. You’ll be miserable if you’re cold, but it’s essential to stay stylish at the same time. Pick a base outfit that’ll work should you find yourselves in a pub, and outerwear that’s a slightly smarter take on the everyday. Round the look off with key (and cosy) accessories, and you’re good to go.
New Year’s Eve wouldn’t be what it is without a great party, and if there’s one night of the year worthy of the best pieces in your wardrobe, it’s then. Investing in new pieces that you’ve never worn before is the perfect way to raise the bar and set the tone. Go all out with festive favourites and don’t forget that every party starter should always be the best dressed
person in the room.
New Year’s Eve: the night of the Great Unknown. Whether you’ve been planning how to ring in the New Year for the past 6 months or still have no idea what you’re doing, one thing’s for sure: your outfit needs to be on point. It’s often been said that the way you spend New Year’s Eve will determine the rest of your year. And whilst we can’t predict that, we can help you enter 2018 looking your very best...
Auld Lang Syne: How to look good when you don't know the words
Whether you’re glamming it up for a black tie ball or watching a spectacular firework display this New Year's Eve, we have the looks to keep the focus on your outfit rather than your mish-mash of singing!