Holiday Dress Guide - Part ๐Ÿš

New Year's Eve

W h e w. 2016 is a year most of us are elated to celebrate coming to an end. Whether it was a year perspiring with your bests, drowning in your worsts, or that glass half-empty / half-full debate, I am down for any opportunity to wear excessive sequins and send rivers of champagne through my genesis-thirsty veins. ๐Ÿพ

This is Part 2 of my 2016 Holiday Dress Guide ๐Ÿ‘— Brief re-cap: this year I wanted to showcase a uber nifty platform to fix your one-off dress needs called Rent the Runway! RTR is like Netflix for special occasion dresses, handbags, jewelry, sunnies, and more! Visit HDG Part 1 to get the full skinny on the glories and wonders of making this holiday party season a chilly breeze without compromising your killer style.

I am #teamsequins for NYE. Any holiday that requires a uniform worthy of a disco dropout is a-ok with me. I do, however, enjoy adding some color to the glitter fuel of the outfit bonfire. NYE is not exclusive to metallics or contrasting monochromatic. RTR had some frisky and effeminate options this year: jumpsuits!, fuchsia + violet for the XX chromosomes you are, personality declarations, clutch with a Tinder past, and a fruitful amount of sequins you're guaranteed to choke on.

This year I chose a cloudy Badgley Mischka halter top dress with draping racer back. Sarah Magid candy coated dagger drop earrings. Kate Spade violet glitter-that-doesn't-get-everywhere clutch. And for attention, my !!Sophia Webster butterfly fairy angel-dust unicorn desert flower Princess Diana lace back heels!! that I received from my lifetime kissing partner back in August for my birthday.

Below are my Rent the Runway NYE picks! May 2017 start with your favorite kiss and a killer dress. ๐Ÿ’‹ โœ— A


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Amber is a fashion blogger living in Nashville, TN. What started as a hobby to express her individualistic style, has now cultivated into a serious devotion. Her style influences include: Leandra Medine, Blake Lively, Giovanna Battaglia, Miroslava Duma, Diane Kruger, and Olivia Palermo (to name a lot). She believes apparel is the ultimate form of nostalgia.