Here's the thing: I like to dress up for New Year's, but I don't necessarily want people thinking I moonlight as a hooker. (I'm sure it's an exciting life, but not one for me.) I kind of feel like New Year's is turning into Halloween, in that gals wear the tiniest clothing they own and nobody stops them. Which is unfair to my eyeballs, because I've seen enough tights-as-pants to last a lifetime.
Anyhoodle, I have a classier getup in mind:
The most versatile glitter shoes I've ever seen are $89, the gold chandelier earrings are $17, the beaded clutch is $39.99, and the vintage LBD is $35.
See? Glittery shoes, a beaded purse, and a dress with a criss-crossy back. Fun, and all without making me wonder if it's even possible for you to sit down in an outfit that short.
So what are you wearing for New Year's? Anybody else alarmed by the tiny clothes trend emerging for this holiday? I just don't get it (and now I feel old).