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2 Simple New Year's Eve Looks

I think most girls are obsessed with accessories. I certainly am. So any opportunity to wear them is welcomed. I was inspired to launch a full collection of accessories when I was unable to find lightweight & versatile headpieces that I could wear beyond my wedding day, and what better time to wear these headpieces than New Year's Eve. With NYE just around the corner, I put together 2 simple looks that you can easily style yourself to with these headpieces. 


When I was in my early 20's, I would go out of my way to purchase NYE outfits that were often sparkly, tight, and uncomfortable. Those outfits would be worn once and never be seen again. As I got older, while I still want to dress up and celebrate special occasions such as New Year's Eve, I would rather re-use the items I already have in my closet. If you bought a headpiece for your wedding, New Year's Eve is the perfect opportunity to re-use them again.




Wearing a simple faux leather dress, I paired this look with the ROSETTE CROWN and added a red lip. This crown is super lightweight and easily secured in the hair with a few bobby pins. See STYLE GUIDE on how to secure these headpieces with bobby pins.




With a silk top and midi skirt, I added a touch of sparkle with the KLEMATIS HEADPIECE to this office-appropriate look. This is perfect if you work in an office and have to jet off to dinner right after work. Just add the headpiece and some dark plum lipstick and you are party-ready.

Show us how you wear your headpiece beyond the wedding day by tagging us on Instagram @maggiewustudio and using the hashtag #MWeveryday. 

Special thanks to MAKEUP BY QUIS for helping me with putting these looks together and for photographing me.