Dress Up to Get Down

By Mikkel Hyldebrandt


New Year’s Eve is your last chance to close out the year – so why not do it in style! Break out the sequins, dress like a rock star, and let the details of your outfit outshine the rest.


D as in Dare to Dress Up

This is the night to go all out, and wear those pieces that are a little extra and outrageous.



A sequined jacket is fun and certainly festive! You can also go for a jacket with a bold pattern or texture.

Noose and Monkey Skinny Fit Sequin Jacket, $220






Rock Star Attire

A leather jacket will make anything you wear look like you’re a rock star. Combine it with a white shirt and a tie or bowtie, and you have the perfect party look.

Schott NYC Leather Jacket, $860






White Shirt

A classic, fitted white shirt will instantly make you look sharp and elegant.

Banana Republic Grant Slim-Fit Dress Shirt, $80






Party On Your Pants

Another bold statement is to wear patterned trousers. The look is very dressy with a touch of fun.

Mr. Turk Clyde Slim Trousers, $278





D as in Detail

It’s the small details that can truly elevate an outfit – and don’t be afraid to be a little playful and eccentric!


Suspend It!

Remember that classic white shirt? Combine it with slim suspenders for an instant, fashionable look.

Express Men Solid Skinny Suspenders, $15


Tie a Bow

A bowtie will upgrade any shirt to party mode – even a plain denim shirt!

The Tie Bar Grossgrain Solid Copper Bowtie, $19



Cufflinks is a cute detail that can add a dash of style and fun to your outfit.

Link Up Drum Set Cufflinks, $95







A tie is part of traditional party attire, but you can still have lots of fun with colors and pattern to upgrade your outfit.

Ties.com Combat Tie, $20

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