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Choosing the right black dress for New Year’s Eve


There’s no better time to break out the timeless ‘little black dress’ than at a New Year’s Eve party. The right dress can be sexy, elegant or demure.  Either way, this is the dress that effortlessly indicates that the night is something special.

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Emphasises the right areas

The right dress plays up your best features, skims over those areas you’d rather leave alone and hits just the right note when it comes to style.  Knowing what to look for in advance cuts down on wasted time in the changing room, and ensures you’ll go home with a dress that has you looking ‘fierce’.


Shows you at your best

By Livelovelux.com
The right black dress can fit into any occasion. 

Want to show off those arms and shoulders? Choose a sleeveless dress for a casual, sexy vibe, or pick a dress with sheer long sleeves if the party is more formal.


Or maybe you’d rather show off your toned pins. If so, make it count in a dress cut well above the knee, but balance the short hem with a higher neckline or long sleeves to keep the look classy.


If you have the kind of curves that draw second glances, go with a deep cut neckline, or flirt with the unexpected in an open-back dress.


Minimises trouble zones

If there are a few areas you’re not feeling confident with, let the right dress minimize trouble zones. Look for one with a halter top to draw eyes upwards, and an A-line skirt to balance the look. Or if you’d prefer not to show off your legs, look for a dress with an interesting neckline and longer hemline.


You can’t change being petite, but you can make the most of it with a sheath dress that has something a little extra: a swishy skirt, flirty layers or a touch of interesting colour blocking.

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