New Years Style Guide 2013/2014 Part I: Add a Dash of Glam

What I'm Wearing:
Dress: Dotti
Shoes: New Look
Necklace: Colette by Colette Hayman
Bracelet: Colette by Colette Hayman
Ring: Colette by Colette Hayman

What Makeup I'm Wearing:
Maybelline FIT ME Foundation in 220
Face of Australia Translucent Loose Powder
Garnier Roll-On Anti Dark Circles Concealer
Models Prefer Eye Brightener
Maybelline Master Precise Liquid Liner in Black
Benefit Cosmetics Sugarbomb Blush Powder
Face of Australia High Definition Brow Kit
L'Oreal Paris NutriShine by Colour Riche in 101 Pink Nude

Welcome to the first part of my New Years Style Guide for 2013/2014!

I wanted to add a cheesy 2014 headband into my look, but then that would require searching for one that matches my outfit, and then re-shooting, and you know what, this was my first shoot where I was pretty pleased with my winged liner {although it's not so noticable in the photo, I'm smiling because I was thinking about how I managed to do it so good}, so no, I refuse to re-shoot this *hmph*!

Besides, don't you think the dress speaks "welcome 2014!!!!" by itself anyway?
I think so.

New Years Eve. The night when you stay up waaaay past your bedtime and enjoy good company and good food and watch the fireworks on the tellie after you've incessantly screamed "Happy New Year!!!!" at the top of your lungs. Now if your family is anything like mine, you'd have already filled your pockets with coins, and as soon as midnight struck, you were jumping for the hope that in the coming year, you were to grow taller (some sort of Filipino myth.) Last year, I forgot to jump, and here I am, all 5 feet of me, not having grown an inch, boooooooo! In the midst of all that excitement, you're sure that you want to feel extra stunning on the night. Personally, I love anything with glitter, sequins, ruffles or tulle - so this year, I combined all (well, most) of those and thus, I compiled three of my favourite New Years outfits options.

Tonight, I bring forth the first part of my New Years Style Guide for 2013/2014.

A subtle sequin top-half that sits above the pretty pink puffy tulle skirt is the perfect party ensemble. This dress has been sitting on my rack for months, and finally, the time has come for her little debut.
As the dress speaks for itself, I've paired it with a pair of pretty pink heels to give the dress's structure a much more better fit.
I added a pearl and crystal necklace to sit on top of the dress, and a simple silver charm bracelet to add some bling to my wrists. And a swirly ring was added to my right middle finger because I hate having my fingers feel bare (even if you can't see them in the photos, oops.)

Part two will be up soon!

Until my next post,
Danica xo

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