Fabulous New Year’s Eve Outfits

Okay, so I know I am slow to pick up on this trend, but I am severely obsessed with Polyvore. For those of you who don’t know what it is, Polyvore is a site which catalogues practically every piece of clothing & every accessory available online. You can search by item, website or colour, & then drag & drop the pictures to create dream outfits. As you can probably guess, it is very evil & very addictive.

Here are some ensembles I’ve come up with. I would be totally keen to wear one of these on New Year’s Eve. I have expensive taste! Anyway, I hope you enjoy gawking & find them inspiring!

Polyvore is evil!

Satin turban from Topshop; stack of bracelets by Jessica Kagan Cushman; leather jacket & gathered skirt by Rick Owens; carousel horse necklace by Dollydagger; white fingerless gloves by Patricia Field; jewelled clutch from Monsoon; hair-calf ankle boots by Manolo Blahnik.

Polyvore is evil!

Marc Jacobs monogram headband; black cardigan from Forever21; leopard print bangle; Chloe wool knickerbockers; brown Hermes birkin; Chloe platform buckle booties.

Polyvore is evil!

Sequin beret from Miss Selfridge; Ray-Ban glasses frames; Luella silk twill mini-dress; Luella “Geek!” tote bag; spectator platform oxfords; pearl bracelets from Topshop.

Polyvore is evil!

Grey beret from Mango; grey angora cardigan from Debenhams; Calypso Dupioni smock dress; Tiffany sapphire & diamond ring set in platinum; cubic zirconia channel ring; sequin hinged bracelets from Nordstrom; boots by Frye.

Polyvore is evil!

Emilio Pucci vintage sunglasses; utility shirt dress by Oli; aqua wool/cashmere pashmina; Missoni ribbed wool leggings; earrings by Claire’s; lucent sky false eyelashes by Shu Uemura; Josephine bangle by Mark Davis; Dior Cannage shoulder bag; Emilio Pucci printed open-toed heels.

What are you doing for New Year’s Eve? & more importantly, what are you going to WEAR?!


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