How To Dress For a NYE Party
What a difference a year makes. As we move into 2022 and news of the Omicron variant becomes less and less optimistic, we feel a mix of frustration and hope. Frustration that the first two years of this decade have been consumed by a pandemic, affecting our lives, our plans – everything. On the other hand, we feel hopeful. At a minimum, we are vaccinated. While Omicron is highly transmissible, it seems to be less severe than other strains, and there’s at least some evidence suggesting that this variant could signal a light at the end of the tunnel. We’re immensely grateful for how our business rebounded in 2021, and we have our clients and vendors to thank for that.
With that in mind, we figured it’d be a good time to talk about what to wear to a NYE party.
What To Wear To A NYE Party
Assuming your plans haven’t been Omicron’ed, we always suggest taking NYE as an opportunity to dress up a bit and have some fun.
So much of our world is casual nowadays, it makes sense that we’d dress down a bit for a NYE party. With that in mind, you can’t go wrong with a pair of dark jeans and a sport coat. Pair these with boots and either a button-down or a custom sweater for a comfortable-but-thoughtful look.
New Year’s Eve is a perfect opportunity to throw on a bow tie (a velvet one at that) and other formal getup that you might not get much use out of other times of the year. A smoking jacket is a great choice for more formal NYE outfits – paired with a tuxedo trouser and either velvet or patent leather shoes, you have a can’t-miss combination.
Some of us are sick. Some of us have small children. These folks may very well be in bed by 10pm, but you might as well be comfortable. Custom joggers and sweaters by a fire, paired with your preferred takeout food, is always a solid option for those in this camp.
Happy New Year
We hope that 2022 is good to all of us, and we look forward to working with our clients on their wardrobes as we keep ourselves moving throughout the year. Not yet a client but curious to get started? Give us a call at 215-310-0219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.