Four looks for four different styles with which to dazzle on New Year’s Eve

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Marta Benayas Alamos

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Gifts ready, menu chosen, house decorated in detail… In just a few days New Year’s Eve dinner will take place and the most lagging behind may not have chosen their look yet. An occasion in which, although most celebrate at home, there is no reason to put aside elegance and imagination to configure a style worthy of a ‘celebrity’.

Even if the ‘ugly sweaters’ are a very successful alternative For those who opt for comfort, if Christmas parties have something, it is to give great freedom when choosing the ‘outfit’, no matter how daring it may be. Sequins, embroidery and all that material that shines are options that never fail.

Among the keys that are most popular this season, in addition to the ‘paillettes’, the ‘oversize’ cuts stand out, both in midi dresses like culottes and caftans. For all those looking for inspiration, we have compiled four versatile options and for all tastes taking as reference some of the influencers of the moment.

1. Sequins to go-go

Rocío Osorno with total look from Zara
Rocío Osorno with total look from Zara – © Instagram: @ rocio0sorno

The trouser sets each year monopolize more prominence on New Year’s Eve, and if you look at the trends of the moment, sequins and metallic finishes are essential this season day and night. Pants similar to those of Rocío Osorno can be combined with simpler garments, Like a knit jumper or basic t-shirt, to create a more balanced look, but if you’re looking for an impactful result, a bright kaftan will grab all the attention. The best thing about your choice is that both garments can be worn separately, giving extra sophistication to all the options added.

– Get the look: Zara gold sequined culottes (€39.90). Oversize caftan with paillettes, from Zara (€89.90).

2. Greek inspiration

Miriam Pérez with Mango dress and Elisabetta Franchi belt
Miriam Pérez with Mango dress and Elisabetta Franchi belt – © Instagram: @honeydressing

A very comfortable option, perfect for coping with binge eating without sacrificing comfort, and where the silhouette continues to be framed thanks to the belt detail. In an outfit like that of the influencer Miriam Pérez, It is important to highlight the importance of hair and makeup, with a polished ponytail and red lips that give prominence to the garment and that in turn add an extra glamor and elegance.

– Get the look: Slate gray lurex tunic dress by Mango (€49.90). Belt with studs and gold details, by Elisabetta Franchi (€199.90).

3. In a masculine key

Ana Moya wears an outfit from Lefties
Ana Moya is wearing an outfit from Lefties – © Instagram: @anamoyacalzado

Masculine-inspired garments are always a success when looking to give an impact effect. In the case of Ana Moya, choose pieces with ‘glam’ finishes thanks to sequins and the leather effect, that together with the black color make it look very elegant. A set whose garments, just like Osorno’s, can be worn separately and configure different options that are just as sophisticated as long as you learn to add accessories correctly.

– Get the look: cropped blazer with sequins and satin lapels, by Lefties (€29.90). Leatherette culotte pants shortened to the ankle, by Lefties (€19.90).

4. Sophisticated openings

Rocío Camacho wears a House of CB dress
Rocío Camacho wears a House of CB dress – © Instagram: @croccamacho

As in any special occasion worth its salt, the black dress is an alternative that never fails, it slims the silhouette and adapts to all styles. To give it a plus of good taste, the influencer Rocío Camacho has opted for a model with openings and asymmetries that make it already have a lot of personality on its own. It does not fail if you add an updo and some XXL earrings.

– Get the look: black midi dress with asymmetrical neckline and openings, model ‘Aina’, from House of CB (196 €).

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