What are you wearing on New Year’s Eve? 5 outfit inspirations to ring in 2015 from our Style Panel

New Years Eve 2015
New Years Eve 2015

Even with a whole year to plan, New Year’s Eve just seems to sneak up, doesn’t it? This time around, we’ve barely had a week to process what we might wear on of the most glamorous nights of the year, so here to help inspire us is our Style Panel, with 5 options to ring in 2015, whatever your plans may be. From the downright glitzy (see floor length sequin skirt) to the comfy-casual sweater dress, there’s something for everyone!

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New Years Eve 2015

Sasha Xiao, 25
Toronto | Sasha’s Satisfashion

New Year’s Eve is one of the most magical nights of the year. It allows us to embrace a new chapter in life while reflecting from the past. Talking about holiday shades, I personally believe that red and gold combo is the most holiday-appropriate and classic choice. It brings joy, spark, and uplifting feeling to the final countdown.

Sasha’s wearing: Sweater, J.Crew sweater. Faux feather skirt and bag, Zara. Pumps, H&M.

New Years Eve 2015

Alexandra Grant, 26
Vancouver | New Years Eve 2015

Barbara Ann Solomon, 25
Toronto |
Barbara Ann’s Style Blog

They say how you spend New Year’s Eve, is how you will spend the rest of your year, so I thought that I spend the evening starting my resolution for 2015, of learning how to cook. My friend will be playing host for a super low-key dinner party, where we will create personal pizza and other savory, (and hopefully) delicious dishes.
My New Year’s Eve style this year will be all about comfort, ensuring that I can move around the kitchen with ease. This basic dress from Zara, (currently on sale) is perfect and will allow for my dainty ear cuffs and statement making boots to be the highlight.

Barbara’s wearing: Dress, Zara. Boots, Christopher Kane from The Room at Hudson’s Bay. Earrings, Baublebar.com.

New Years Eve 2015

Kira Paran, 29
Edmonton | Northern Style Exposure

I always have one thing on my mind when planning for a New Year’s outfit… sequins! It’s easily the easiest time of year to get away with this darling little detail. Instead of going for your little black dress, live a little, pull out your little sequin dress instead. Or in my case, a stunning sequin maxi in midnight blue. This is the only time of year when it is socially acceptable to look like a giant disco ball, so why not?

Kira’s wearing: Sweater, Line Knitwear. Sequin maxi skirt, Calvin Klein. Bag, Chloe. Necklaces, J.Crew.

New Years Eve 2015

Becky Kung, 30
Calgary | Velvet & Vino

I’m a firm believer that New Year’s Eve is all about glam. This year, I’ll be attending my friend’s wedding, and so I’ve opted for a mixed of glam, playful and stylish in the red tulle dress. Although I love wearing sequins on New Year’s Eve, this red dress seems slightly more wedding appropriate combined with a holiday vibe.

Becky’s wearing: Dress, Chic Wish. Heels, Le Chateau. Clutch, Topshop. Necklace, Forever 21.