What To Wear: New Year’s Eve With Your Childhood Pals

Liz Doupnik
What To Wear: New Year’s Eve With Your Childhood Pals
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New Year’s Eve might be one of the most stressful holidays. Not only do you have the pressure of finding someone to smooch at midnight (if you’re not lucky enough to have a hubby), you have to look presentable, be comfortable enough to party and feel fit after gorging yourself the last week at home with the parental units.

Keeping that in mind, we decided to give you a different outfit idea for every sort of New Years shenanigans you might be getting into this time around. According to the Mayans, this could be the last new year we celebrate, so let’s make it a doozy!

Today, we start simple with clothing choices for when you decide to ride out the long weekend at home and chill with your childhood pals. Just because they’ve seen you through your awkward middle school phase, does not, I repeat, does not mean you can go out looking a mess! Click through the slideshow to see our easy suggestions of how to ring in 2012 with your best buds.

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Look good and feel good as you ring in 2012 with your oldest friends!

Photo via Fashion Gone Rogue.

This cute little number is not only festive, but the cut will hide any holiday pudge you may not have worked off yet.

Rainbow Lurex Cross Back Dress by Dress Up, $160, at Topshop.

Clearly you and your partners in crime will be cutting some serious rug on NYE. You don't want your dogs killing you before midnight. These wedges will keep you from falling flat after one too many champagne toasts and keep you dancing all night -- oh AND they're affordable.

Cheap Monday Black Suede Monolit Ankle Wedge Bootie, $112, at Oak.

New Years may be the only time that sparkles and glitter will not be out of style. These tights will help you glisten into 2012.

Glitter Motif Tights, $24, at Hue.

Bundle up! Who wants to start the new year being sick?

Iro Iginia Belted Cape, $269, at Barney's Co-Op.

Add a little bling to your outfit without ruining your budget! This cuff is just what the accessories doctor ordered.

Radcliffe cuff, $300, at DanniJo.

Leave the clutter behind and slim down bringing just the necessities. Your buds have probably seen you at your worst, throw a few touch up items in this unbelievable clutch. You can be hands-free as you boogie all night with this sensible strap, too!

Studded Fling Bag, $450, at Revolve Clothing.

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