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It's nearly the New Year and that means it's time to break out the champagne and all the sequins and shimmer. I'm not one to shy away from sequins. I wear them year round, but this time of year, if I want to wear a sequin pencil skirt to work (or my accountant's holiday party) then I get slightly less crazy looks then when I wear a sequin shirt in June.
No matter what your plans are this New Year's Eve, there is no shortage of sequins and metallics to choose from. Check out some of my favorites on this week's 12th & Broad #BroadStyle and shop a few of my favorites here.
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Happy New Year!
New Year's Eve is just a few days away and that means it's time to break out your blingy-est attire. I love sequins to the point that I probably have an unhealthy obsession with them. It's the holidays and if I want to wear sequin pants or the most obnoxious red sequin jacket you've probably ever seen, I'm doing it. There are so many gorgeous beaded and sequin dresses and jumpsuits, it's easy to glam it up this year. Go for it on New Year's Eve. Here are some ideas to get you started. Hover over the item in the collage to get more information or click through in the shop widget below. Many of the items included here are on sale making them under $100! Happy New Year!
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