New Year's Eve is just around the corner, which means we are all most likely digging out our sequin pieces or trying to buy that perfect dress for the occasion - one that is just the right side of fancy! If you are like me and aren't going to a full out party and pants are your more go to look, why not try something fancy, elegant with that perfect touch of party, while doing something different ?
Like this stunning black blazer with its stunning embellished sleeve of paillettes, beads and frayed silk, how could it ever go wrong! Doing my favorite style tip when it comes to wearing blazers, especially ones that are a little wide - I tied a black ribbon around my waist in a bow, to give it some sexiness as well as to highlight my figure. Going for a bit of edge to contrast the beautiful blazer I styled it with a pair of tight pleather pants, giving it some serious Sandra Dee vibes and a little lace camisole underneath to add to the feminine sexiness. Accessorizing the look with chunky black heeled boots, a gorgeous red suede clutch, red and gold earrings and some gold chains for the finish! This is the perfect winter New Year's Eve outfit in my opinion, it is simple yet fabulous and effortlessly chic. Now of course you don't have to wear a "leather pant" but can go for either a clean black jean or classic pant. However my vote is to defiantly go for that amazing embellished blazer, whether it be one sleeve, two or even a full paillettes blazer. But in all honesty looking chic is only a small part of it, spending time with family and close friends - being thankful for this past year (man it has gone fast). Looking towards the new year to how we can be more kind, more positive, give more love and look more fabulous than the year before!
p.s thank you for all your support this past year! Creating and doing this blog has truly been an amazing experience, so thank you again for coming on and giving Girl, I Got You a chance !
Christian Lacroix blazer | Cheap Monday pants | Disco Rosso boots | Prada clutch | Amaro earrings
Photography by Regina Raz