Top Trends for NYE
Going to a fabulous New Yearâ€™s Eve party but not sure which dress to wear? The TAB is here to help guide you through the top trends at the moment. […]
Going to a fabulous New Yearâ€™s Eve party but not sure which dress to wear? The TAB is here to help guide you through the top trends at the moment.
Why not sparkle (literally) in the spotlight in a sequin dress? Itâ€™s one of the last chances to catch this fabulous trend before a new style season begins.
Think of the sequinned dress as a chance to complement this season’s overriding black/studded/leather/tough theme: injecting essential glitter and shine to an otherwise heavy and potentially monotonous look.
FCUK Spirit Dress Â£260
We love the intricate embellishment and beautiful spectrum of colours.
ASOS Animal Sequin Bandeau Dress Â£55
This jazzy ASOS number was worn on the cover of November Vogue.
Look swanky in a one shouldered dress. Â Increasingly seen on the red carpet in recent years, theyâ€™re a great option to instantly inject your look with a â€œcoutureâ€ edge. Asymmetric dresses look best with feminine details such as draping, bows and ruffles which transform them from â€œpointlessly one-shouldered/ did you lose half your dress?â€ to inexplicably gorgeousâ€¦
FCUK Dotty Dress Â£55 – itâ€™s even reduced from Â£75 (as if we needed any more incentive to buy!)
Sophisticated, demure, yet sexy, lace is always a good choice for the evening. Black lace, especially over a pale metallic underlay, is a safe bet to keep the look classy instead of trashy.
TFNC Bodycon Metallic Lace Dress Â£45.00
Attention-grabbing brights are another exciting option for NYE. Pick a simple silhouette, especially strapless, and accessorize minimally: you want to look a vision without blinding anyone!
Check out: Lipsy Strapless Studded Pocket Dress Â£65.00