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An Unexpected New Year’s Eve Look

New Year’s Eve and its dress code of sequins can be divisive. If you’re opposed to megawatt sparkle, may we suggest a subtly glittery two-toned dress? It’s a chic, ’70s-inspired alternative to the sea of disco-ball minidresses out there — neither too bright nor too dull. Add a different kind of shimmer with metallic pumps for a look that says, “I’m a grown-ass woman and I’m not about to turn down a night of champagne.”

Photo: Meredith Jenks. Styled by Lindsay Peoples-Wagner.

Production credits: 
Photos by Meredith Jenks
Styling by Lindsay Peoples-Wagner 
Production and Casting by Biel Parklee
Makeup by Mark Edio at See Management
Hair by Takeo Suzuki at L&A Artist
Model: Chanel de Leon Gomez at Marilyn Models
Photography Assistant: Jane Pryzant

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An Unexpected New Year’s Eve Look