The Most-Pinned New Year's Eve Look Is One You Can Actually Afford
By Marissa G. Muller. Photos: Courtesy of Brands.
We've all been there: frantically hitting up every store within your neighborhood, combing through racks and racks of glitter and sparkle in hopes of finding the perfect last-minute New Year's Eve look. But, this year, instead of making a mad dash to your favorite fast-fashion store and trying on everything within sight, you can narrow your choices down to one winning trend. According to Pinterest, that happens to be the bell sleeve, the '60s-born style that's made a comeback this year, with designers including the likes of Iro, Ella Moss, Zara, and Free People all creating their own iterations. The bell sleeve has gotten so much love on Pinterest that it's up 300 percent, as Hello Giggles points out.
As for how you can dress it up for New Year's Eve, some of the top-pinned bell sleeve looks involve the kinds of sartorial finishes that have become synonymous with the biggest partying day of the year.
The more metallic you go, the better. Or, if minimalism is more of your vibe, there's nothing sharper than a crisp, winter white look—just remember to hold your champagne glass away from your body when you're navigating the crowds.
If you're wondering what accessories to style your New Year's Eve look with, you can look to Pinterest for inspiration there too—like their most popular holiday makeup trends that we love, too.
This story originally appeared on Allure.
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