If you’re struggling to find a Charleston New Year’s Eve outfit, don’t stress. You’ve come to the right place. King Street is a shopper’s dreams and we’ve put together expert fashion tips straight from the Charleston shopping district.
There’s no better night to play around with fashion than New Year’s Eve! It’s an opportunity to turn heads and most importantly have fun with your outfit. That means upping your style with a little (or a lot of) shimmer, shine, sparkle, and glam.
Glamorous in Green
There’s no written rule saying you have to wear something sequin or sparkly on New Year’s Eve, so step outside of the box and get noticed in green. The classic wrap dress is back and better than ever. Spice things up by showing off your shoulders or flashing a little leg. Another trendsetter this season is one-shoulder necklines and we’re loving this sequin striped, asymmetric mini. You can never go wrong with gold accessories and they’ll make this jewel-tone look even more festive.
Sequins are certainly the New Year’s Eve go to and for obvious reason, when else can you roam around Charleston in something so sparkly? Bring a fresh feel Dance the night away with a spicy fringe hemline, make a statement with an Aztec mini, or show off in a deep plum shift dress. These options are sure to bring a fresh feel to an ever popular NYE style
What better time to turn heads in metallic than New Year’s Eve. This festive look is a sure showstopper and the outfit possibilities are endless. Accentuate your waist by adding a rope belt to a gold wrap dress. Channel your inner warrior with a black and silver armor-esque, bodycon midi. Be bold in a gunmetal silk jumpsuit.
Not So Basic Little Black Number
A little black number will stand the fashion test of time but black doesn’t have to be boring. This New Year’s there’s sure to be a fair share of black but not to worry, we’re here to help you stand out among the crowd. Whether you show some skin in a low back dress, make waves with statement sleeves, or elongate your legs in a jumpsuit; you can’t go wrong with black in Charleston!