5 Trendy New Years Eve Oufits For Men & Women

New Years Eve Outfit, black lace jumpsuit

Sashay into the New Year with these stylish New Year’s Eve looks for men and women. From tulle skirts to jumpsuits and sequin pant looks for the ladies, men look dashing in denim and print dinner jackets with bold colors. Happy New Years!

Tulle Skirt

black tulle skirt tulle skirt with striped top

Jumpsuit

black sequin lace jumpsuit self portrait New Years Even black jumpsuit red lace jumpsuit

Sequin Pants

sequin pants and peplum top green sequin pants cream sequin pants

Men’s New Years Eve style should be all about about your personal style with a little flair. Change up your look with the unexpected. Pair dressy dinner or tuxedo jackets with denim or textured pants. Opt for bold color jackets and complete your look with styling shoes taking someone’s eye from head-to-toe.

Blue Tuxedo Jacket & Denim

blue tuxedo and green converse blue tuxedo jacket blue tuxedo open collar

Blue Tuxedo Jacket & Denim, Print Jackets & Bold Colors

NYE men's print jacket men's tuxedo NYE burgundy tuxedo jacket NYE

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5 Comments on “5 Trendy New Years Eve Oufits For Men & Women”

  1. I’m interested in purchasing the brown\tan print jacket for a new years party. I’m not exactly sure how the site works but could you please provide information on what needs to be done to purchase on of the looks you have created.

  2. Hi Charles. These looks you cannot purchase directly from the site on this blog post. If you are interested, you can contact me and I can search for that exact piece or put together a similar look for you as a part of Divine Style’s styling services.

  3. Hello,

    I really like the Brown velvet Jacket outfit, is it possible that you can give me the information to purchase it. Also any hat suggestions for the cold weather to compliment?

    1. That is a styling service I provide to shop for items for clients. This is an older jacket style from 2014 so it would be very hard to find though similar options do exist. I would try a print fedora, such as plaid, with a velvet blazer.

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