With 2015 coming to an end and New Year parties to look forward to, feelings of anxiety, nervousness and excitement have started kicking in! The hectic work schedule, last moment reports and completion of pending tasks has left us with very little time to decide THE perfect outfit for our New Years party.
But worry not, ladies! Team FashionLady brings to you 5 iconic dresses worn by celebrities on various occasions that can be your inspiration.
So, without any further ado, lets begin!
1. Kate Beckinsale In Gold Dress
Remember that time at the red carpet when Kate Beckinsale stunned us in her golden shimmer dress by Diane von Furstenberg? Yeah, that golden number teamed with red hot lips and nails, bold brows and winged eyeliner can be your perfect statement! You can add gold toned earrings for extra measure.
2. Shraddha Kapoor In Grey Dress
Flashback to the time when Shraddha Kapoor had her Cinderella moment in a silver, sparkly and glittery dress by Swapnil Shinde. If it is a girl’s night out for you, at the New Years. Then this dress will be your perfect flirting ticket! Don’t forget to match your dress with glitter eye shadow!
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3. Jacqueline Fernandez In Black Dress
If you feel the absolute need to wear black, look sexy and have flawless makeup then the only thing that you should do is, recreate Jacqueline Fernandez’s look from Filmfare Glamour and Style Awards 2015. She looked lovely in her Michael Kors dress and Dior jewellery.
4. Deepika Padukone In Gold Dress
Need some retro drama in life? Attending a themed party? Say no more. Just don Deepika Padukone’s Gaurva Gupta dress from 59th Filmfare awards. Its old, but gold. Literally! Bold lips and straight hair will make you look even hot.
5. Reese Witherspoon
Before we close, we would like to take you to Reese Witherspoon’s iconic Jason Wu dress at the Met red carpet. Heels by Charlotte Olympia and jewellery by Tiffany & Co. finished her look. She looked lovely!
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So having covered the basic colours black, red, silver and gold, we-thinks we have covered them all. Do you have something else in mind? We would love to hear your ideas in the comments below!