Besides sequins, other rich fabrics like Amber Patton’s velvet and fur, epitomize opulence.
Drape yourself like a goddess in a fluid fabric with tonal accessories like Kim Powell.
Take it from Iris Apfel, vintage glam never goes out of style.
Ornate beading never gets boring when matched with elegant accessories like those adorned by Susan Fales-Hill.
If you can’t decide on a mini or a maxi, opt for a high-low style that serves both like Nicole.
This oldy-but-goody sequins number feels fresh on Jennifer because of it’s a drapey high-low silhouette.
Subtle black-on-black shimmer like Sienna Shields, is a more subdued way to wear sparkles on-or-after New Year’s Eve.
Go baroque in a cool way like Delphine Diallo with ornate gold details over black, whether with print or with jewelry.
You can never go wrong with a clean, classic black dress like Nicole’s, with a split that makes your legs the best accessory.
The right drapey dress, like Shamie’s –– one baring shoulders and decolletage, can be just as sexy as a form-fitted style.
Wanna add umph to that simple black dress? Cut it out! Bold, structured accessories also play-up that fresh, modern feel.
Feathers add instant glam. Whether it’s embellishing a dress like Tamron’s or topping one with a marabou bolero.
The right red dress, like Petra’s, immediately yields old-Hollywood screen siren, and just a touch of leopard takes it the next level.
Liquid black fabrics like Michelle Miller’s make metallics feel so fresh.
Give a fresher update to this delicate classic like Nicole Wyskoarko with a lace-print over a fit-and-flare and discreetly fab nude pumps.
Wrap it up in a classic style like Felicia, it never fails to be fab.
Try punchy colors in satin or silk fabrics, the natural shimmer lends an updated metallic feel like Ava’s high-low dress.
Scared to bare-arms on this frigid day? Lace allows for a little skin to show like Erin, while keeping you covered at the same time.
Complement curves by playing with neckline shape and hem proportion like Lilly.
New Year’s Eve is best night to pull your fanciest frock from your closet and pair with pumps like Jacqueline’s.
If you’re a girl who just wants to have fun, play with a tutu style tulle skirt with a simple, silky tank like Stacy’s.
This minimal yet bold dress tells a fresh New Year’s Eve story on Jade.
Accentuate your curves like Amanda, with contrast colors that fall at the right places.
Standout in a sea of LBD’s with a little white dress like Najah’s, and warm-up the look with gold accents.
Modern-meets-throwback glam when you pair a beaded vintage dress with clean, modern accessories like Amber Wolley.
Want to really bring the drama? Top any look with a caplet like Ashley’s.
A comfortably draped style like Lorna Simpson’s can take you from hosting at home to a night-out on the town with a few evening-feeling accessories added.
With the right drape like Keisha’s, silky fabrics can be more forgiving.