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Fashionista NOW: Dresses To Party In For The Count Down To 2013

The eve of the New Year’s around the corner and you’re wondering what to wear for the count-down party.

No need to get into a crisis as we’ve rounded up a few stand-out looks that may just help you decide on how you want to dress up for the celebration.

We recommend daydreaming about the look that you want to sport for New Year’s.

Fashionista, Camille Co shares a valuable tip for fashion ninjas who is always running against time. Her trick is to visualize what it is that you’re going to wear before you doze off.

In the case of preparing your wardrobe for the countdown bash, you can do this before you head off to sleep tonight. Actually, you can do this prior to napping today, while you’re daydreaming or just about anytime when you’re able to let your mind zone off.

For this plan to work in a budget-friendly hassle-free sort of way, you should at least have a few party dresses ready to be worn stacked up in your closet. There’s no need for the unnecessary splurge when you can just recycle the clothes you already own and do it in a way that looks like you’ve just gotten an expensive makeover.

But if you’ve got extra to spend, please do kindly proceed and splurge.

Here is a selection of lookbookers showcasing distinct party looks that may hopefully help you get an idea of what your party look is going to be. Have fun!

Sequin Queen

iridescent green dress by Motel Rocks

Body Con Party Girl

multicolored body con dress by Motel Rocks

Classic Darling

floral panel scuba dress by Johnny

Sleek In Gold Sequin

dress by Bqueenshoes

Romantic Lady

new romantics dress by Shakuhachi

Flirty Asymmetry

dress by Style Staple

Neon Sweetheart

neon cutout dress by Luvb

So ladies, what is your party look to cap off 2012 and greet 2013? Share below.

PS: The glamorous dress worn by Kryz Uy in the intro photo above is by Closet Goddess.

© All images are copyrighted by their respective authors.

Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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