Tags: dresses, New Years Eve, Style Syllabus

On New Year’s Eve, it seems everyone is wearing the same look, why not mix it up with a surprising yet festive alternative? Our stylists chose some unexpected dresses to stand out from the crowd this Saturday night. 


Eloquii Studio Variegated Sequin Dress

A rainbow sequin pattern ignites this form fitting dress for a dramatic effect.  While the back is made of all comfort stretch fabric to keep you cheerful all night long, and flexible on the dance floor.  It comes in Eloquii’s Viola fit, (for ladies that need more room in the hip), so choose a size based on your bust measurements. Try wearing with a silver metallic heel for an extra pop. 

The Jumpsuit

City Chic Samurai Jumpsuit 

Alright, so technically not a dress but this jumpsuit has a similar feel and elegance.  This fierce samurai jumpsuit has a modest but sexy lace panel and flattering wrap style. Choose a shoe that allows the pant leg to almost graze the floor.  

The Long Gown

Vince Camuto Side Tuck Sparkle Gown

It’s easy to go to a shorter dress for NYE but don’t leave the gorgeous long gowns out of the picture.  A deep neckline and a thigh-high slit show just enough skin for a night out.  The shimmering stretch-knit fabric makes it just right for NYE.

Vintage Inspired

Kiyonna Velvet Dress

Flatter your curves in this vintage inspired hourglass lace dress. This body con cocktail dress features a ruched velvet front panels with a contrasting black lace back panel. To give the illusion of an hourglass figure no matter your shape.   

A Bold Hue

Karen Kane 3/4 Sleeve A-Line Dress

Make a statement in a bold unexpected hue. Plus this simple sweater-knit dress is a must-have staple for your wardrobe. The a-line silhouette comfortably flows over the body in streamlined sophistication.


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