I hope all of you got what you wanted for Christmas! A little mistletoe action perhaps? Now that your stomachs are slightly less full after the feasting and partying that was Christmas, it's time for another party, to bring in the New Year, of course! And I can tell that 2007 is going to be a great year because moi favorite number happens to be 9 and 2+0+0+7= 9! (A little numerology never hurt a fashionista.)
My 2007 fashion predictions:: Structured dresses with big belts will still rule well into the new year. Animal prints and floral prints- whimsical dresses will be a big hit in the new Spring and Summer collections. And no, leggings are not going to go anywhere unill you are ready to lounge at the beach for a tan and dahhling - big bags never go out of style because a girl's gotta have a big bag to carry everything she needs. You know what I mean, chicas.
Here are some gorgeous dresses to bring in the New Year in Vogue.
Madonna made this look hip in the 80's. She's still HOT and so is this little black Julie Haus 1989 Boustier Dress. Add a gold head band or some gold bangles and you are all set to look great for the New Year.
2006 was the year of the bubble dress. Sing Auld Lang Syne in this Development Ruffle sleeve dress with pleated hem. I like the color especially - makes you stand out anywhere. Besides, the dress has a low back, making you look even sexier.
I have to hand it to Marc Jacobs. The man always makes the ladies look chic. The Le Tigre dress from Marc by Marc Jacobs is a keeper.
Be one of the first to rock the floral print with this Graham & Spencer Floral Print Charmeuse Dress. You say it's too cold to be wearing a little tiny dress for New Year's?
Pair it up with:
Norma Kamali for Everlast Trench Coat while you are outside and simply check it when you are inside the New Year Party. The contrast between this military-esque trench and the feminine floral will have heads turning.
And because I cannot not have a red dress in my post to welcome the New year - here is the bebe Red polka dot kimono dress.
Happy New Year Vogue Factory Readers!
Loads of love from,
the Vogue Chicks