Colors to Wear for New Years

Metallics and green. Those are the colors the fashion experts are saying you should wear on New Year’s Eve.

Hey, I know at the time of this posting it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but I’m a Christmas and New Year’s girl. (Thanksgiving… not so much.)

Colors to Wear for New Years

Each season, the founder of The Stylist LA, Emily McDonald, curates trends for her subscription box so that shoppers can wear the best trends without buying them. 

Her New Years’ Eve favorites include this gold dress, an emerald velvet mini, a shaggy cream coat, this faux fur jacket in emerald, and this conservative black top.

Colors to Wear for New Years

New Year Color Meanings

What color should you wear on New Years Eve

New Years Colors

Colors New Years

New Year Color Meanings

Cindy Conroy, a TV fashion expert and stylist, who works with everyday people, brands like Crest Toothpaste,  models, and celebrities, believes the New Year is about rebirth and new possibilities. 

Conroy suggests mixing up the fun with some colors other than red. 

“Try saturated green, with rich undertones and notes of understated luxury,” she explained. “Earthy greens are nature’s way of signally new beginnings, so wrap yourself in muted to emerald greens to show the world that 2020 is your year to grow and succeed beyond your wildest dreams.”

What Color Should you Wear on New Years Eve

Sashaying into a New Year’s Eve party in a gold dress will also leave jaws on the floor. It’s fun and flirty and signals that you’re a free thinker, yet thoughtful and carefree. Not to mention, it’s the quintessential color that spells out prosperity. 

Here are some of Conroy’s favorite looks.

 

 

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