When it comes to dressing for a New Year’s Eve party, whether you’ve planned a big night out or you’re sticking closer to home, you can definitely take charge of your own style and dress what you want. But how about if you had to spend the NYE at a luxurious social club like Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas? What kind of outfits would you wear? Here, I created eight sets perfect for the party and place dedicated for all ladies in different body shapes from plus size to petite. Enjoy.
Speaking of Rose. Rabbit. Lie. – or any nightclub you are going to attend – make sure you understand the dress code of the venue. For example for a premier club such as Rose. Rabbit. Lie., this fantastical, dreamy nightclub is a new modern club that will take you to the times of The Roaring Twenties with its lavish retro environment, vintage art, and shabby chic décor. So “Think Vintage, Retro, and Chic”.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (source: vegas.eater.com)
Think about fancy, glam outfits with a touch of vintage-retro for you to blend in with the surroundings and the club’s atmosphere, yet, simple enough for you to move around the party.
Take a look back at the most popular styles people were wearing during the era of 20’s to 70’s. Blend styles from different era nicely, add little touch of modern look, and you’ll be ready for the place.
The Roaring Twenties Fashion (source: kcyouthere.wordpress.com)
Since Rose. Rabbit. Lie. features such a strong vibe of The Roaring Twenties, I created six outfits inspired by the era’s fashion, along with two additional sets that come in mixed-styles between the 20’s and disco glam of the 70’s. The six outfits consist of three dress ideas for plus sizes and three ideas for regular sizes, but all styles are not specifically for certain body shape. The entire styles are quite versatile that women in all sizes can dress up in various ways – depending on their personal preference. Here you got my options, hopefully you will like them 🙂
Vintage Dinner: What is “The Roaring Twenties” without the flapper style? I chose this embellished evening dress from Simply Be because of its classic shade of beige, yet it still looks really flattering with the embroidery, glittering beads, and art-deco inspired style, totally perfect to evoke the era of the “flapper”. To give a more of elegance and class I paired the dress with (faux) fur shawl in taupe along with subtler accessories and jewelries in matching colors. Pastel Vintage: I always think fashion of 1920s is romantic, very girly, yet seductively sexy. And I really love this beautiful dress from Nordstrom because it features everything I adore about the 20’s fashion – it comes with strands of gleaming beads and sequins creating an art-deco inspired pattern atop the mesh overlay. And its champagne color is really lovely so that I matched the dress with more romantic touch of rose adorned accessories – including the clutch, the necklace, and the Alice band. I think this outfit is just simply sweet and pretty
Flapper Flair: For a more “authentic” look of The Roaring Twenties that Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is about, This cute fringed flapper dress from Boohoo will do perfectly for the place as it comes with unique ombre effect of black and silver, finished with flecks of golden metallic. For the accessories, I chose optional pieces that evoke the same vibe of flapper style, including long multi-chain necklace, lacy clutch and cloche hat, satin gloves, and a pair of eye-grabbing butterfly chandler earrings. And, even though it doesn’t enhance the look of 1920’s, I specially love that sultry, caged booties offered by Nordstrom. I think the boots will give more dimension of modern look for the entire vintage-inspired attire. Vintage Night Out: Even though full-skirted dress doesn’t scream The Roaring Twenties, this type of fit-and-flare cut will always be one of the vintage-inspired must-haves that can be worn for any retro-styled venue. I like the bold Baroque beading embellishment featured on this dress by ASOS, as well as its style of sheer mesh yoke and sleeves that looks sexy but not too revealing. Because I wanted all details of the dress to be the center stage of this outfit, I chose simple accessories to pair with the dress, along with a little touch of red lips vintage-inspired makeup. Perfect for an easy yet glamour night out with friends or date night with partner. Feather n Lace: As I browsed through ASOS for other vintage-looking dresses, I found this super-cute lace maxi dress featuring adorable fishtail skirt, cute sexy silhouette, and sheer lace fabric that all elements pretty much embody the roaring twenties’ look. For a deeper vibe of vintage-y looking outfit, I paired the dress with a few vintage-inspired accessories such as sequined evening clutch, golden T-strap shoes, feather fascinator, and multi-chain long knot necklace. I do like this outfit as it shows style of shabby-chic with a touch of modern chicest.
Lavishly Vintage: I also love this cute A-line dress with its beautiful high beaded neckline details and flowy silhouette, perfect for you to dance the night away in its glamorous navy shade. I think this dress goes really well on the dance floor so I completed with more sparks of beaded strap heels and bracelet for lavishly stunning look. Obviously the hair piece is optional, it just brings the look of 1920s very well so I added it into the outfit. If you choose to wear hair accessory, pair it with dainty jewelry like drop earrings, if you don’t need the hair piece, you could opt for a more statement chandler earrings to make you stand out from the crowd.
Additionally, because most fashion of The Roaring Twenties barely shows outfits with pants or trousers, I then decided to create outfit ideas with pants by combining between elements of the 20s and the glam, glitz of 70s disco look. Here are two options for inspiration.
Bohemic 70’s Glam: I chose this striking jumpsuit from Topshop because of its metallic snake texture, which I think goes really well to the look of 70s disco glitz. And pairing the jumpsuit with an obi belt in contrasting color is even more 70s. To mix the look with a little touch of 1920s, I chose medallion fringe head piece from Forever21 and faux fur coat, added with a choker to give more chicness to this outfit. Because the jewelries and accessories are already bold around top area, I preferred to make the rest of the outfit well-coordinated and simple by choosing clutch and heels in matching color with the jumpsuit The 70’s Suit: Tuxedo suit is definitely very 70’s, and I just love how this white on white ensemble goes with a little pop of black. Opt for a classic flare pants instead of bell bottom ones to reach a more modern look, yet you still can add a simple flower brooch for a nod to the 70s. For a more vibe of the 20s, I chose feather head piece and an exquisite-looking vintage-inspired clutch that features lustrous pearl beads embellishments.
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