7 Best New Year’s Eve Outfits To Celebrate 2021

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Merry Christmas! I hope you all had a wonderful time with your families – and that you received everything on your wish list! With the new year just one week away, I wanted to pop on and share some quick New Year’s Eve outfits that you can grab in time for 2021. It’s been an eventful year to say the least, but it’s still worth celebrating. I’m sure there are so many options for celebrations this year from staying in at home to small house parties or even going out and socializing. So, if you haven’t finalized what you’re wearing yet, keep scrolling for some of my favorite looks to ring in 2021.


Forever 21 Fuzzy Knit Sweater Dress | Forever 21 Over The Knee Boots | Chanel 19 Large Shearling Bag (also love this one)

1. White Sweater Dress & Over The Knee Boots

One of the outfits you probably already have in your wardrobe is a white sweater dress and over the knee boots. This is a combo I always fall back on because it’s a simple yet makes a fashion statement no matter the occasion.


Sofia Jeans Knit Midi Dress | Christian Louboutin So Kate Pumps (better for budget here) | Similar Chandelier Earrings

2. Little Black Dress & Chandelier Earrings

It never fails to amaze me how classic a little black dress can be. If you’re wanting to start the new year on a sophisticated note, go for a knit midi dress and add chandelier earrings to tie it all together.


Majorelle Sequin Joggers (wearing an XXS) | GRLFRND Bodysuit (exact style sold out, similar here) | Christian Louboutin White Heels (better for budget here) | Saint Laurent Sunset Wallet On Chain | Similar Wingback Chair

3. Sequin Joggers & Turtleneck Top

If you’ve waited till the last minute to think about your New Year’s Eve outfit, I’d recommend this outfit I’m wearing from Revolve. The sparkly joggers are so fun and they’re super flattering – even if you’re petite. I love how chic they look with a fitted turtleneck top, which also tones down the statement-making effect of the pants.


Forever 21 Sweater | Forever 21 Knit Pants | Louis Vuitton Multi-Pouchette Accessories Bag | Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps (better for budget here)

4. Cozy Knit Set

There are endless party outfit combinations you can throw together, but I’m sure that also makes it harder to pick out a look. That’s why I love the idea of mixing it up and going for a matching knit set. It’s often a more practical choice with the frigid temperatures and is also ideal for house parties. 


Michael Costello Velvet Dress (exact style sold out, similar here and here) | Manolo Blahnik Heels (better for budget here) | Similar Chandelier Earrings | Gucci Velvet Marmont Clutch

5. Velvet Cocktail Dress

I love getting dressed up, but the occasions that call for it are so far and few between these days. Luckily, New Year’s Eve is the holiday to end the year with a bang, so there’s no such thing as being over dressed. You can use this as your last chance of the year to make a statement in a gorgeous velvet cocktail dress.


Revolve Sequin Wrap Top (exact style sold out, similar here and here) | Similar White Dress Pants (better for budget here) | Louis Vuitton Multi-Pouchette Accessories Bag | Tom Ford Sunglasses (exact style sold out, similar here)

6. Party Top & Trousers

You can incorporate a little bit of sparkly glam into your New Year’s Eve outfit without going over the top. All you need is a sequin blouse teamed with a pair of jeans or tailored trousers. I like that it’s more comfortable than a typical cocktail dress but exudes the same festive vibes.


Revolve Chunky Sweater (wearing an XS, similar here and here) | Similar Faux Leather Pants | Quay Aviator Sunglasses | Louis Vuitton Toiletry Pouch 26

7. Faux Leather Pants & Sweater

Finally, you really can’t go wrong with a casual yet edgy outfit in the winter. Leather leggings or faux leather pants are always a great winter staple and looks put-together with a cozy sweater. This is the outfit to wear if you’re wanting pieces that you can continue to get miles out of once the holidays are over.


xo, Maria


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