Most of you will be celebrating New Year while wearing your most fabulous item. But, whether you are having an intimate gathering with your friends or big festivities in the City, your New Year's Eve outfit will depend on your location and climate.
Australians would probably wear summerish slip dresses on their warm New Year's Eve, while our European and American customers would look for cozy sweaters and comfy boots on that big day. Nevertheless, your outfit will also depend on the event type, dress code, daytime, or exact location.
These all above details have a lot to do with what you should wear at New Year's or Christmas parties. However, no matter what, never underestimate a beautiful linen dress.
Though there is a strong belief that linen should be chosen chiefly for casual and less formal occasions, we want to break down this myth because nowadays, everyone has much more freedom with their outfit choices. So let us tell you that you can wear linen on any occasion if you are not only tied up with a strict dress code.
A linen dress can be a perfect choice for those who don't love to shine and want to skip something super glitzy. The darker and more solid color of your linen dress will help you not to go too casual. Paired with bold red lipstick and heels, it can be a perfect party statement.
If partying is not your cup of tea, and you are about to spend a New Year's Eve on a couch, you may even end up choosing your favorite linen sweatpants.
Overall, dressing up, even occasionally, can quickly become expensive. Though we all want to feel special these days, preparing for these celebrations and gatherings doesn't have to break the bank. Even weddings these days have fewer and fewer fashion rules, so the bridesmaids can choose something they can wear repeatedly. If you purchase a piece like our drop ruffle linen dress which is versatile enough, you can wear it on a bohemian beach wedding as long as during casual hot summer days.
Buying clothing purely for one occasion is unsustainable, so we always recommend choosing basic and versatile items that can be styled up for an event or more casual for everyday wear. And remember that linen is not only for summer!