As 2018 comes to a close, we can’t help but wonder—what will our final look of the year be? But different New Year's Eve scenarios require slightly different wardrobe choices, ranging from fun and festive to downright formal. We caught up with three stylish staffers to see what they plan on wearing for the big night—and where they’ll be when the clock strikes midnight.
Who: Rose Tran, E-Commerce Stylist
About Her Outfit: “This is one of the few occasions where I’ll wear something sparkly and attention grabbing! I wanted something glam yet still functional.”
Overall Style Vibes: “Relatable, timeless, and mood-driven. I gravitate towards earthy, neutral tones with occasional pops of color.”
NYE Plans: “I’ll be home in Austin, Texas with my family this year! It’s been awhile since I’ve been home for New Year’s Eve, so we’ll be celebrating with my childhood friends as well.”
Who: America Young, Recruiter
About Her Outfit: “The color and silhouette of this dress is the perfect blend of feminine and glam.”
Overall Style Vibes: “My personal style definitely changes up depending on my mood or my schedule. I always like to jazz up my basics by adding an oversized blazer or statement-worthy shoes.”
NYE Plans: “I usually head somewhere tropical for NYE, but this year I’ll stay local and have an intimate dinner with close friends and family.”
Who: Alexa Kalaghchi, Associate Buyer for RTW & Swim
About Her Outfit: “My NYE look couldn’t portray me enough. I love a good mini dress and showing a little leg is a more subtle way of being sexy. Alexis is always my favorite brand for party/night out looks. I chose a pop color to their typical lace dresses to stand out just a little more this year."
Overall Style Vibes: “Super feminine but not afraid to show some skin for a good night out. Living in NYC, I try to incorporate as much color/prints into my wardrobe to break apart from the city staple of black.”
NYE Plans: “I almost always escape to a warm weather destination for New Year's Eve. Nothing beats warming up in a tropical location soaking up the vitamin D.”