Hi Chicster with less than half a month left in 2016 chances are that most of you have already started planning your 2017
glow up. But before we get to 2017 we still gotta get through NYE
right? and we have to get through it with a bang Slaying for the Gwads
( do people even still say that?), cause there is so much to be thankful
So I thought why not put together a NYE outfit Inspiration post, whether your spending NYE in, with friends, at a party or at a watch night service like I will be ( family tradition). Here is some inspiration from some of our favorite fashion bloggers to get you started. BTW you can “Shop The Post” down below 💋💋
Planning a night on the town with your girls
Tip: stand out in a sea of glitter and black, go NUDE and take a cue from the standout king Yeezy…..
Getting dressed not your thing for NYE
Tip: you can still rock a casual but subtly festive new years eve Outfit with metallic/glittery accents…..
Ringing in the new year at a soiree, shindig or PARTY
Tip: a classic sequin dress is your fool proof never fail show stopper…..
With 12 days to New Years 😱😱 if you are in need of an outfit do not procrastinate get it now so that your sure it will get to you in enough time to make changes if nessasary.
If you are spending the new year in Gods presence your watch night service outfit should be anything but BLAHH.
Tip: start the new year in a look that shows that your Latter days will be better than your Former in pieces made out of fabrics that ooze opulence…..
Lastly for my socialites that will be embracing the new year sipping cocktails end 2016 in an outfit that is both understated and classy.
Tip: choose pieces with subtle sheen or embellished accents and dont forget to add faux fur extras…..
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I have to say that unlike last year Im not as excited as I thought I would be for next year. Ive been feeling super critical of myself. I think in this instance I am going to write down what I am thankful for and that will be my New Years letter to myself as a reminder of Gods goodness.
Tip: When you get critical take a step back and reflect on what God has done for you, it always brings me back to a place of gratitude.