New Years Eve Green & Red for Zodiac Year of the Tiger
I honestly can’t believe that 2021 is almost over. It’s been a hectic year, both colorful and dark at the same time (as I think most of the world will agree) and I’m ready to step into 2022 in hopes that it’s a better year for all of us.
I love the tradition of dressing up for the New Year in the colors that are lucky for the zodiac corresponding to that year, and 2022 being the year of the “Water Tiger” calls for lucky colors of Green & Blue. In this post, I’m sharing a festive look inspired by “green” and its color compliment of “red” – the red & green color combo is super festive, fun and timeless.
Here are the exact ingredients to this outfit formula, and how I styled it:
- Sequined Body Suit. I’ve become a true fan of bodysuits after trying the ones by NBD and this Sloane Emerald Green Body Suit is stunning – and super chic! Sadly, it’s sold out online – but I found a few other options (+other sequined tops) – see in the carousel below!
- Leather Pants. I’ve styled these Le Skinny Frame Leather Pants in a previous post HERE – this color is sold out but I did find them in black. They are comfortable with good stretch (and hold) and the color is really unique. Definitely an investment but worth it! They also pair well with sweaters for Fall/Winter – for a combo of smooth and textured to create a dimensional outfit.
- Chic Shearling Slides. My trusty Coclico Shearling Gina Slides dress the look down – but they still feel polished and elegant because of their slightly elongated shape. Nothing like being comfortable AND stylish at the same time!
- Cute Bag. This outfit called for something cute and light-colored so I went with a Tory Burch Perry Bombe Mini Cross Body Bag in “pink magnolia”. It’s quite roomy for a night out but is still a mini – making it easy to bring along on NYE and wear throughout the night.
I hope this inspires you to try out a similar outfit this New Years Eve!
As always, please feel free to share the outfits you create via Instagram, using hashtag #ModnitsaOutfit in your posts, and I’ll be sure repost them on my stories!
Photography by Anna Vivare