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New Year’s Eve look

Gagging to see Chic to Street‘s New Year’s Eve look? No fear, it’s here…

Anna new years look

Keep warm and still look chic for New Years. Image credit: Anna Fearon

Anna wears: sparkly top from Topshop, leather skirt from Urban Outfitters, faux fur stole from Topshop, Beanie from Topshop, vintage sheepskin coat and ankle boots from Topshop.

Chic to Street says:

Jazz it up for New Years

New years look

Be the talk of the party with a sparkly top and faux fur stole. Channel Cruella de Vil. Image credit: Anna Fearon

New Year’s Eve is the one evening of the year where you can get away with wearing half of the magpies’ jewels. See in the New Year wearing a sparkly top like the one featured and we guarantee you will feel more optimistic as you wonder what 2014 will bring when the clock chimes 12. Whilst head to toe black can be chic, does that really help you see in the New Year with cheer?

Keep warm

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Keep warm in a sheepskin coat and faux fur stole. Image credit: Anna Fearon

As your mother has probably said to you at one stage in your life, “Shouldn’t you wear a coat with that?”. And she’s right you should. It’s not cool (excuse the weather pun) to wear next to nothing and freeze in the British winter. Beanies, faux fur stoles and coats are always in around winter time. Accessorizing your look with a beautiful coat such as a sheepskin coat and a beanie is a must!

Ankle boots and High Tops NOT heels

2013 is the year of women’s wedge High Tops (trainers with wedge heels on them) and ankle boots. They are still in fashion and are here to stay next year as well. Gone are the days of enduring pain wearing heels with your dress. Ankle boots and High Tops can look good with evening wear. And what does this mean? Well girls there’s no excuse to leave the party at 3am because your feet hurt!

Now you’re ready to make your New Years entrance…

just arrived

Image credit: Anna Fearon

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