Christmas is now over and the fateful New Year’s Eve has arrived. The event is more than special: last year just ended and another one even more exciting is about to begin.
The best way to approach what will be a new and exciting adventure is to appear in the presence of the new year in a completely impeccable manner, both in attitude and in the choice of outfit!
To say goodbye to 2017 and to welcome 2018 with style it’s important to choose the right clothing and doing it can become even simpler by following a few simple criteria.
The first thing to do is to carefully evaluate the place and the context in which the celebrations will take place: different environments in fact require specific choices of look, not to run the risk of being “out of place”.
If the New Year’s Eve takes place in the city, at a friend’s house or in a club, you can focus on a smart casual look, combining a two-button blazer with a pair of jeans or chinos and playing with accessories, such as clutch bags, cufflinks or cute bow ties. Everything must of course be accompanied by comfortable and trendy sneackers.
If you decide instead to celebrate the arrival of the new year at the disco, the choice of outfit is more extensive and varies depending on the type of the place, elegant or informal. For more casual places, a dark trousers paired with a white shirt and a pair of slip-ons is a must and also lends itself very well to various combinations, such as adding a vest or tie. In the case of more elegant environments, you can opt for a black or blue night dress, with a white tuxedo shirt, cufflinks, lace-ups, a bow tie and a black or red pleated silk sash.
For those who want to spend New Year’s Eve in the square or in mountains, the advice is to focus on a comfortable and sporty outfit: a soft knitted sweater, velvet pants, warm boots and a coloured shirt are perfect clothes for this kind of New Year’s Eve.
Whatever is the outfit chosen to celebrate the arrival of 2018, the important is not to forget a red accessory, such as a belt, a pocket handkerchief, a scarf, a tie or a bow tie.