How to Wear Jeans on New Year's Eve

Grab the Dom and the denim - it’s time to plan your New Year’s Eve look! Whether you're gearing up for a night on the town or prepping for a chill night in, we’ve got the tips on how to elevate your jeans for a chic and comfortable New Year’s celebration – no matter the dress code.

With help from some of our favorite Instagram style icons, we’re breaking down four different looks to inspire you to ring in the new year in your favorite jeans.

All bundled up.

Take style notes from Katie by pairing your skinny jeans with a festive black jacket and booties to match. Don’t forget to top off your look with a little pop of color like a cute winter beanie!

@KatieHWillcox in Abby Skinny in Corvus Dark $89

Add some texture:

As comfortable as you’ll be chic - try balancing out a pair of knit denim leggings with a more sophisticated top. Then add a little glam to your ensemble by throwing on some disco-ball-inspired accessories like a silver sequined boot or clutch (or both!).

@waityouneedthis in Reese Pull-On Legging in Cortez Pure $89.00

Black denim is always a good idea:

Double-booked for NYE? Your go-to black skinny jeans will take you effortlessly from that early evening BYOB straight to a girl’s night out with just a few simple moves. Try throwing on a boyfriend blazer over a simple tee to instantly refine your look.  Then swap out your booties for a pair of festive flats - bonus points for a matching bold lip!

@leannebarlow in Abby Skinny Jean in Black $79.00 & Grey Knit Boyfriend Blazer $98.00.

Pair it with sequins:

A little bit of sparkle never hurt anyone. Take your flattering, most amazingly comfortable skinnies out to a fancy soirée by simply adding a little tinsel.  Try pairing a sequined top with a pair of peep toe pumps and watch how you glitter on the dance floor.

@Kyrzayda_ in Avery Crop in Estrella Medium Dark $79.00.


Love this conforter but dress up style

Blanca December 28, 2017

Love it❤

TENISHA LEE December 25, 2017

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