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Happy New Year!
Appreciate 2014 and celebrate 2015!
Going to a NYE party and I have to look my best! Obviously sparkles is a must for New Year’s Eve, so I chose a navy dress to show a wintry side that has silver sparkles on it!
Due to the silver sparkles, I went with all silver jewelry and a silver (and sparkly 🙂 ) headband. As for shoes, I wore my silver flats that are topped off with a silver (of course) buckle.
What I love most about this dress are the little details. The shoulder and back is lacy, which balances out the sparkles.
Since it’s cold outside, I have to prepare for the worst weather, so I added an off-white scarf and a navy jacket! The scarf compliments the dress perfectly and the jacket matches the dress while giving me a warm and cozy look.
Hope everyone has a NYE filled with friends and family!
Get this look:
Flats, rings, necklace, and earrings from Macy’s
Dress from American Eagle
Bracelet from Lord and Taylor
Scarf, headband, and jacket from Abercrombie and Fitch
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So with 2014 coming to an end, it’s resolution time! Below, check out these amazing articles I found on Huffington Post about easy New Year’s resolutions everyone should have. They are easy, but will make for a happier, more successful year!
The articles above inspired my resolution.
I don’t want to decide now what I want to accomplish for the year because from experience, life changes in a split second. I want to reduce my anxiety and to accomplish this, I am going to take this year step by step. Every month, I am going to write down in a notebook a list of what I want to accomplish for that month and do everything needed to accomplish those goals. This way, I will become happier everyday because I will constantly feel successful by accomplishing little goals, but more of them. The key is that after the month ends, I will continue the goal throughout the whole year. By doing this, I will accomplish my New Years resolution and finally
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