Steal the Show with These Festive NYE Looks from Clothes Circuit

Clothes Circuit | December 26, 2019 | Style & Beauty Feature Features Sponsored Post

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner and fashionistas everywhere are already putting together their best looks to impress, whether it’s for a night out on the town or a house party with friends. Not sure what to wear this year? Clothes Circuit has created four must have looks to guarantee all eyes will be on you!

Dries Van Noten pants ($125), Christian Louboutin loafers ($495), earrings ($3,500), bracelet ($165)

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Skip the dress and go for a more casual-chic look this year. These Dries Van Noten pants paired with Christian Louboutin loafers allow you to show your independent style, while feeling comfortable and edgy.

Valentino pumps ($175), earrings ($58), necklace ($330), Tara Jarmon dress ($185)

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Keep it classy in this Tara Jarmon dress and Valentino pumps. The statement jewelry adds an additional pop of color to help you stand out in the New Year’s Eve crowd. Add tights to stay warm and your look is complete!

MSGM dress ($245), Earrings ($395)

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You can never go wrong with black and white! The dynamic duo makes for a classic look, no matter the occasion, and can be dressed up or down. Pair this MSGM dress with a glitzy Prada clutch, and you’re ready to ring in the new year!

Lindka Cierach dress ($125), Valentino Rockstud Mule ($595), Badgley Mischka necklace ($165)

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Shine bright in this fun, colorful dress from Lindka Cierach. When combined with everyone’s favorite Rockstud mules by Valentino, there is no doubt all heads will be turning when you walk in to the party. Don’t forget a standout accessory piece to tie the whole look together.

Since 1983, Clothes Circuit has been home to Dallas’ most popular consignor fashions, handbags and accessories. Be sure to come in to Clothes Circuit after the holidays to consign all seasons and transition into spring. Consignment at Clothes Circuit is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.



Photography by: Tanya Davis