Shopping My Closet for New Year's Eve - Like Honey

Shopping My Closet for New Year's Eve



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Y'all know I like to get the absolute most wear out of every piece in my closet. I just don't see the point in spending money on clothing that only gets worn once (wedding dresses aside)! So when I was trying to come up with a dressy New Year's Eve outfit to share with y'all, my first thought was of course lots of glitter and sparkle! But what on earth was I going to do with super glitzy dress the rest of the year?? I decided to work some glam into a dress that was already hanging in my closet; the only "new" thing I added to this ensemble was this darling glitter envelope clutch!

If you absolutely must have a new dress for New Year's, I've rounded up a few gorgeous neutral dresses that can work for multiple occasions without being too over the top!

SHOP LITTLE BLACK/LITTLE NAVY DRESSES FOR EVERY OCCASION, $50 OR LESS!



Just add one of these glitzy accessories to really take the outfit to the next level!

SHOP GLITZY ACCESSORIES AND MAKEUP PERFECT FOR NEW YEARS!









WHAT I'M WEARING

Dress // Nordstrom Rack, similar linked
Heels // Target (most comfortable heels I own!)
Clutch // Target (only $15!)
Lipstick // Maybelline "Baddest Beige"
Nails // Sinful Colors "Bitten"


I don't know about you, but I'd much rather spend $15-20 on my New Year's look than drop $100+ on a dress I'll never wear again (or feel obligated to wear for NYE every year from now on)! This navy blue frock has been such a great staple in my wardrobe that I know I'll just love for years to come. 

What are your New Year's Eve plans this year? Do you know what you're wearing, yet?!


1 comment

  1. Love this post! Your approach to NYE is spot-on (and that dress is gorgeous). Besides, a nice sparkle accessory like that cute clutch will definitely come in handy for another occasion! Happy New Year!

    Virginia | More to Mrs. E

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