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3 Ways to Wear: New Year's Eve Mini Skirt


3 ways to style a mini skirt for a night out!

New Year's Eve is almost here, and whether you're staying in or going out for a night on the town, this is one holiday worth dressing up for! It's time to break out those sequins, leather and statement making accessories so that your style can shine as bright as your wishes for 2015. While cocktail dresses are always a good idea, another piece you probably own and can style up for the evening is a festive mini skirt (I got inspired by this sequin number from H&M which you may have seen on my Instagram feed!) Need ideas on how to style it? Let's look back at three celebrity looks for inspiration!

1. Kate Hudson: Leather and faux leather skirts were everywhere this season, so if you picked up one, styling it is as easy as pairing it with a demure black blouse (love Kate's long-sleeve wrap) and finishing the look with your brightest, sassiest colorful pumps.

2. Estelle: You couldn't resist that sequin mini skirt glittering on the racks, now go ahead and wear it! You don't have to get too fussy - a simple black top is best to let your sequin mini shine. Add black opaque tights for colder climes.

3. Brooklyn Decker: If you're staying in or doing something a little more low key, consider a metallic mini with your favorite chambray button down. Not only is this look comfortable but it's totally on-trend too. I could see this look working with tights and flat boots, too!

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Comments
Love this!

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#1 Mel (Homepage) on 2014-12-24 10:53 (Reply)
cute skirts
#1.1 cynthia (Homepage) on 2014-12-25 03:51 (Reply)
Thanks for the feedback, I always find these sorts of round-ups useful myself so I will try to put together some more soon :-)
#1.2 The Budget Babe on 2014-12-26 10:34 (Reply)
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