Tuesday, 31 December 2013

NYE Outfit and accessories...







This New Years Eve me and Dan are heading to my mums for a quiet night of family celebrations. Usually we go out with our mutual friends, however with our schedules having become so hectic this year we've just decided to take a more relaxed approach to all festivities, plus were off to London New Years Day so we don't want to be too hungover as it's a long drive there. Roooaaadtrrriiip!!

The outfit... 

Even though we are just staying in, that doesn't mean I won't get dressed up! After all it is still New Years Eve! I've decided to wear this sparkly dress from Primark, which I think cost around £13, as I love to add a bit of glitter, or a lot in this case, to outfits at this time of year! I've decided to team it with my Primark two tone heels, these were £6 in the sale, because I love them, but I cannot for the life of me walk in them! However from the car to the house I think I can just about manage! And just in case that doesn't make me feel like the ultimate Primark queen, I'm teaming these with my Primark statement necklace, £4 ish because it adds the finishing touch. To tie in the nude on my heels, yes I'm a girl who likes to match, I'll be taking this nude studded clutch from New Look with me to pop my phone and keys in.



On to the beauty bits...

Of course I'll be pulling out my new Guerlain sale purchases, including the velvet body milk, to double up on this gorgeous scent, to ensure I smell scent-sational, see what I did there? all night long! I haven't yet used my new Mac palette, so I'll be giving this a try and keeping it simple with a subtle smokey eye, then adding my L'oreal colour riche lipstick in 461 scarlett creme to complete the NYE glam look.

Once my look is complete I'll try to squeeze in a picture in , before I head out the door and update this post :)

As promised...



What are your plans for NYE? Do you have your outfit planned?

Happy New Year Everyone! Wishing you all the best for 2014!

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