Deidaatip how to dress up this New Year’s Eve

Caught up with the Christmas festivities? Did not realize when the New Year’s eve party snuck in on you?

Here are some quick and easy tips to get you sorted for the big night tomorrow.

Glam Up this new year’s eve:

Flick the switch back to the ‘70s. Dress up in psychedelia. Sequins are the way to go this New Year’s Eve. Bring back the disco fever in neon dresses and fluoro pants.  Before you go completely overboard, a word of caution. Sequins reflect light and can easily make you look bigger than you are. If you are on the curvier side, opt for black or matt sequins.  Select a dress that is not sequined all over but has sequin highlights or accents.  Incorporate the sequin theme in accessories like jewelry and beaded clutch bags. Deidaa’s sequinned beanies are just right for adding the glamour quotient to your New Year’s eve outfit.

Flaunt the bling this new year’s eve:

Wear rhinestones, crystals, diamantes’ on not only jewelry but dresses, beaded clutch bags and shoes. Dress up your smartphones with crystal covers, glitter tattoos and diamante danglers.

Get sporty this new year’s eve:

Luxe sportswear is big this season. Wear shiny jumpsuits and metallic jeggings with funky sneakers. Sneakers are a rage this season and can be a fun alternative to sky scraper stilettos.

Go feline this new year’s eve:

Maybelline Master Precise eyeliner is a great tool for creating the ultimate cat eye. Dress it up further with crystals, glitter gel eyeliners and iridescent eyeshadows.

Strike a balance this new year’s eve:

This New Year’s eve strike a balance between glamour, comfort and safety. Carry a mini bag or crossbody bag with your bare essentials. Dress sensibly. A designer silk scarf, discreetly tucked in your bag will save you from an early morning chill. Embellished ballet flats work very well as party footwear and do not give you sore feet at the end of the night. Last but not the least, go easy on the wine!! Have fun and be safe!! Thank you for your enormous support to our fledgling blog in the last four months! Keep those comments coming. See you in 2015!!