A New Year Calls for a New Dress. . . and some bubbly

New Years Dresses

It is around that time of year when I inevitably start thinking about something fun and sparkly to wear on New Years Eve.  It is one of the few nights when there is no holds bar to busting out the most sparkly, beaded thing that you own.  That being said, if you are going to invest in something new, you may want to get something that you can wear on other occasions.  Or you may not be a girl who is into beads and feathers.  You may just want something classic.  Whatever you are looking for, break out the bubbly, because we’re going shopping!

A *uniquely striped* option

Christopher Kane Striped Sleveless Dress ~ $1685

Christopher Kane Striped Sleveless Dress

image via barneys.com

A *long sleeve fun print* option

Clover Canyon Dress ~ Gatsby Crewneck ~ $278

I love Clover Canyon – it achieves the look that some more expensive designers have right now without dinging your wallet.  While these can be quite difficult to wear, this print is more forgiving with the vertical stripes.  Plus if you get cold, the sleeves will help.

Clover Canyon Gatsby Crewneck Dress

image via bloomingdales.com

A *sexier print* option

Clover Canyon Diamond Quilt Neoprene ~ $264

Clover Canyon Diamond Quilt

image via bloomingdales.com

A *sparkly* option:

Adrianna Papell V Neck Beaded Dress ~ $280 ~ love this Gatsbyesque look!

Adrianna Papell

image via bloomingdales.com

A *feathery* option:

Nanette Lepore Plume Feather-Hem Crepe Dress ~ $398

Nanette Lepore Plume Feathers

image via bergdorfgoodman.com

A *you can’t tell its awesome from the front* option

Saint Laurent backless silk mini dress ~ $2,450 ~ I think this is my favorite

front

YSL silk mini dress frontand…….the back

YSL silk mini dress back

image via net-a-porter

A *classic* option

Helmut Lang Asymmetric Collar Dress ~ $290

Helmut Lang Assymetric Collar Dress

image via barneys.com

Do you have your New Years dress picked out yet?  It is one of my favorite nights of the year, so I can’t wait!

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