Fashion: Look Great, Be Creative on New Year's Eve
Society | December 27, 2002, Friday // 00:00
As 2002 winds down to a close, most of us turning our attention toward a fashionable dilemma: What to wear on New Year's Eve? This year's party clothing ranges from silk and jewels to flannel pajamas. Sales of formal party dresses at department stores are certain to be down as everything is more eclectic, sleeker, more casual. This does not mean you have to wear jeans at the party, however. A versatile and comfortable solution for the women are evening separates. To render the separates dressier, opt for festive colors -- silver, gold, red and black -- with luxurious-looking fabrics. When it comes to jewelry, don't embellish things too much. If you are keen on dressing down and staying home you will find a lot of clothes available. Another option is to personalize your favorite dress or shirt with fabric paint or embroider it with symbols that reflect your life. It doesn't mean you have to spend a lot. Just think of them the next time you need or want to shop-whether for an entire outfit or simply a sweater, scarf, or accessory and protect your creative self-expression. Men who plan who plan to spend New Year's Eve in a nightclub should be risky and try one of this year's coolest garments. Go for a light blue or purple dressy shirt or top your shirt off with a classy leather blazer for a more polished look. Leather is also a winner when it comes to winter jackets. For a sportier look, get a quilted jacket with a fake fur hood and cuffs. The bottom line in clothing this New Year is that almost anything goes. All it takes to have a great New Year's Eve is close friends, the right attitude and of course, a place to party. Get crazy and be creative!
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