As the New Year feelings are fading, I’d still like to keep up with my resolutions. One of the biggest ones is to work on my blog every chance I get and no matter what: bad lighting and no tripod can no longer be an excuse. So, despite the terrible quality and not remembering to take a picture the day of, here is the outfit I wore on New Year’s eve!
The colors give it a Christmas-y feeling. This was not my intention though; I just didn’t have any black pants and I was rushing to get to work on time. Even when fashion bloggers (or anyone into fashion) make mistakes, we make it work!
These were the head accessories for the night. I tried to find a burgundy color to match my pants. The bow was on the side of my head opposite from my bangs so you could see it better.
I wore these cute boots for the night. I had worn black Converse for work but later decided to change into something that matched a little more.
Last, but not least, is the special piece of the night! I got this steampunk-ish clock necklace as a gift one year and due to its size I’ve barely worn it. This time it was able to find its way in when I thought of a way to make my outfit more fitting to the event. On New Year’s Eve, we do a count down to midnight, so I thought that having my own little clock would be a fun way to show that tradition.
My dad and I didn’t do much in terms of celebration for that year/this year. We don’t usually go to parties or even host them, but we used to go to Dave & Buster every year to play games and watch the ball drop. Unfortunately, the one we go to had some other thing going on… Instead, we enjoyed a dinner at Chili’s. We ended that by watching the ball drop and eating a chocolate lava cake.
Sorry for the bad quality and late post. Have a great New Year, try to stick to your resolutions, and don’t forget to love yourself and others!
Earrings: Charming Charlie
Necklace: unknown brand (it was a gift)
Sweater: unknown brand (from Ginger N’ Cream)
Jeans: Tinseltown (from Macy’s)
Boots: Steve Madden