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Fashionista NOW: Little Black Party Dress Inspirations For New Year’s Eve

Celebrating the eve of a new year in stylish LBDs is the safe way to go if you’ve no time or patience for elaborate Gaga-esque outfit-planning.

Never underestimate the power of a party black dress though. This year’s black dress trends carry more pizazz than usual and you’d be surprised at how supremely easy it is to exude a festive mood once you’ve got the right lil black gown up your alley.

Here is a list of my pick from the pool of fashionable lookbookers in fancy LBDs that whisper I’m-set-to-party yet they still look grounded enough not to be mistaken as I’ve-gone-completely-bonkers-in-glitters.

Here it goes:

Basic LBD with a dash of Red

Ariadna’s LBD is utmost basic and pizazz-free yet the red splurges of color from her beret, skinny belt and heels sprinkle a Chrismassy vibe upon her simple black number.

The brown leather bag gives this party look an unexpected vintage elegance. She finishes off with a statement reindeer ring that is adorable and can be quite possibly be a fashionable weapon in disguise.

This dress is by Asos.

Party in Subtle Crochet LBD

“There’s nothing like a subtly sexy crochet LBD to get you through the last days of Summer,” writes Jessica.

And I should add that it’s also perfect for the year-end party. The crochet details of this flirty number give this black dress a sweet cutout feature that is such a big trend this year.

She completes the look with a black fringe bag, gold chain bracelet, an amethyst necklace and a pair of black heels. You can never go wrong by teaming black and gold as is evident on this sultry look.

This dress is by Lulu’s.

Carefree Bohemia LBD

Analisa’s bohemian-esque LBD is perfect for those who’s got mad love for flouncy sleeves and lacy detailing. And because the dress is slouchy, she dons a black belt to add in her waistline.

The long necklace plays up the length of her figure and the mellow-mustard-and-black shoes complete this mysterious party look. Red lips are just an absolute must for this look.

This dress is by Wildfox Couture.

Cutout & Studded LBD

Nothing beats an LBD that has studs as well as cutouts. These two little key features bring out the most loved of this year’s fashion trends into one. Bernadette keeps it on-theme by teaming up gold jewelry with the eye-catching gown and she completes this edgy party look with a pair of black pumps.

This dress is by Inlovewithfashion.

Lace Up LBD Gothic Style

If you’re aiming for gothic elegance and a style à la Pretty Little Liars, you will find the dress worn by Anjelica comes the closest to nailing it down. She wears not a trace of jewelry except for those killer tribute boots, a side-swept wind-blown hairdo and a bold fearless attitude.

This dress is by Styligion.

High Low LBD for the Party Queen

We’ve all seen how the mullet fashion trend (not the hair) has taken off this year.

If you’ve inflicted with a chronic infatuation with the signature asymmetric hemline, you must check out this leopard embellished black dress worn by Bernadette. You can’t help but to party like a superhero with this LBD as the cape-like tail of your dress dance as you move. How cool is that, eh?

This dress is by Romwe.

So, which one’s your favorite LBD for the new year’s eve celebration? Will you be wearing black or is the color too safe for the year-end bash to cap off 2012? Share below.

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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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