​NYE Style : Jump into the New Year with our Sleek New Styles

​NYE Style : Jump into the New Year with our Sleek New Styles

Posted by Allex Sammuli on Dec 29th 2017

Still on the hunt for the perfect New Year’s outfit? Instead of sequins and the usual glittery crop top, opt for something classic, chic, and totally Instagram-worthy. The jumpsuit trend is here to stay and it makes for the perfect New Year’s Eve party look.

We hope all you #MODSQUAD chicas have had a wonderfully festive holiday season spent with amazing family and friends. Now it’s time to ring in the new year and say bye bye to 2017..and hopefully a few less favorable trends like bucket hats and fidget spinners. Like seriously...what’s the point? A trend we do love?? A good party pantsuit. Nothing screams, “let’s get this party started” like a 70’s inspired bell bottom jumpsuit.

Why we love em?

We’ve seen the fashionable fad rocked by celebrities, models, and city socialites for decades and now it’s making a bold comeback in an array of both classy and subtly sexy styles. Jumpsuits are not only an easy fix when you can’t find the perfect top to pair with bottoms, but they’re also easy to layer and provide the perfect blank canvas for accessorizing.

Couple your jumpsuit with minimal, but fierce pairings: For a touch of vintage flair, add a suede or leather moto for total boss girl vibes. If you’re trying to accomplish a more feminine party look, try a long angled blazer with chandelier pendant earrings. Take your look to new heights with our favorite pair of suede platforms in candy apple red -- platforms with a thick heel for those late nights of owning the dancefloor.

There’s something just so powerful about a woman in a jumpsuit and that’s why we’re in love with the confidence boosting trend. Strut your stuff with an outfit that says, “I’m fierce, fabulous, and ready to ring in the new year in style.” 2017 was an amazing year of femme power. Let’s make 2018 just as great. 


Options for vampy nights or day-to-night festivities


 Options for red carpet worthy statement ensembles