As mentioned yesterday, we went to a party at a nightclub for New Year’s Eve. I would say that this venue is more casual rock-and-roll than fancy, although anything goes there.
I decided to go with this sheer polka-dotted shirt, pairing it with a short black skirt, tank-top, and leggings. I glammed things up a bit with a big red cocktail ring and a colourful necklace. Also worn is an elastic belt (that I made and posted about here) but you can barely see it in the photos.
Expecting to be standing the whole night, I wanted a hands-free purse, so went with a tiny cross-body bag, that was just large enough for my little camera, lipstick, tissues, house-key, id, money and earplugs.
I also needed comfortable footwear that could take a bit of slush and salt, as we had snow for New Years, so chose these vintage inspired vinyl booties with a small heel.
Nick also wore polka-dots but this was by coincidence and we had not planned to match. And for once, he agreed to join me for a quick picture. Thank goodness it turned out alright because he only gave me one chance. (Not a fan of having his picture taken that one.) Note that he is wearing his house-shoes in the picture but wore some black Blundstone boots out.
Details of my outfit: Shirt – Old with tags cut out. Skirt – also cut the tags out of this but I think it’s MaxMara. Leggings – Nine West. Booties – Predictions. Ring – Old. Necklace – purchased recently in St. Martin. It has magnets spaces between the beads to it can be worn many ways, even as a bracelet. Purse – Coach. Nail polish is Big Apple Red by Sally Hansen. Nick wore: A vintage shirt (that I think was actually a pajama top) and Zara jeans.
Thanks for taking a look!