New Year’s Eve Dresses With Sugarhill Boutique

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So all of your presents are wrapped and your poor pet turkey’s legs are quivering, but have you got your New Year’s Eve outfit sorted yet? No? Well, don’t fret, as we’ve picked the perfect party pieces from Sugarhill Boutique that will help you shimmy your way into 2016. Go glam this NYE!

It is often said that I (Victoria) have a heart of gold. So this Betsy Jacquard Shift dress*, which is covered in a bunch of golden hearts, really called out to me. Now that I’m officially Mrs Valentine, I feel it is acceptable, nay demanded, that I wear any novelty Valentine inspired prints at all times. I’m probably the only person more excited about February 14th than Christmas Day. I have a day named after me guys (sort of…)!

Back to the dress, it’s not just the hearts I’m into, oh no. The shape is super flattering, and the short sleeves are smart and chic. Almost perfect, but alas neither this dress, nor the Philippa Tweed Jacquard dress* that Jo is wearing, feature pockets, a must have here at She & Hem towers. However, what Jo’s dress does have is those awesome jazzy straps and the most gorgeous texture. While shooting these photos, we both agreed that Sugarhill Boutique are just so consistent, in terms of style and quality. You can wear their pieces over and over again (and I do!!) and they stay in tip top condition.

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If you are not planning on a big night out on the 31st, but still want to wear something special, you could layer a party dress with some nifty knitwear. Jo picked the Hatsy Chunky Lurex cardigan* to wear over her glitzy frock and I’ve got a feeling I’m going to be seeing her in it a lot over the upcoming months. It’s sparkle is pretty, yet subtle enough to make this the ideal cosy coverup to wear to work to beat those January blues. She added a touch of extra sparkle by adding gold glitter to her roots! Snazzy! This was achieved by mixing glitter with Rush’s Lift & Defy Root Lift. What do you think? I wore the Georgia Heart Sequin sweater* over my betsy dress, as I love a bit of heart synergy and it’s got the cutest collar of 2015!

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What are your NYE plans?

V&Jx

Jump for Joy on New Year’s Eve

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New Year’s Eve is THE night to get seriously sparkly. Whether you are planning a big night throwing shapes to Taylor Swift or a night in with friends with hot dogs and the Hootenanny, it is perfectly acceptable to go all out fancy! Sequins, sheer and sparkles, we just can’t get enough! When the clock strikes twelve, we want to be the girls reflecting off of the glitter ball.

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Not only does this post feature balloons, bunting and bubbles but also our perfect New Year’s Eve party frocks. Victoria choose the zingy neon pink metallic Cyrus dress* and Jo picked the gorgeous fit and flare style Prova Heart dress*, both from Louche at Joy. Joyous! Victoria’s white tights are from UK Tights*, worn with gold heels from Office and a mighty mouse clutch from Primark. Jo’s glimmering gold glitter tights are from Topshop, worn with a black and gold cardigan from Fever*, gold heels from Dune and an exceptionally photogenic camera bag from Accessorize.

Happy New Year!

V&Jx

A big thank you to Cox and Baloney for letting us take over their snug for our early celebrations.