If there's one night to go all out and turn heads, it's New Year's Eve. If you still find yourself in need of a last-minute outfit idea, you've come to the right place. Stylish celebrities and street style stars have been stepping out in NYE-worthy looks all year long. These outfits prove that you don't have to resort to a formulaic short sparkly dress and pumps to be NYE-appropriate.
We rounded up 10 looks to ensure you're the best dressed person in the room—sans the glitter. We're not saying leave the sparkles at home, but now is the time to try something different. Many of these looks incorporate metallics in an interesting, directional way. Want to see some serious NYE-outfit inspiration? Keep scrolling to kiss 2017 goodbye in an outfit that's as non-cliché as they come. Champagne and confetti sold separately.
Scroll down to see some of the chicest NYE-worthy outfits.
Pair a lace top with fancy trousers and strappy heels.
Available in sizes 000 to 16.
It's impossible to not have fun in a star-printed minidress.
Available in sizes XXS to XL.
Try layering a sparkly silver dress for a more unexpected look.
Available in sizes XS to L.
A velvet wrap dress paired with ankle boots is very wintery and chic.
Available in sizes XS to XL.
Shake things up by pairing a metallic miniskirt with pink (and more metallics).
Available in sizes 0 to 4.
The perfect solution for those who hate sparkle is patent leather.
That fancy matching set you've been saving for a special occasion? Now is the time to wear it.
Zippered vinyl miniskirts are everywhere right now. Pair yours with black tights and a duster coat.
Available in sizes 24 to 30.
The cool-girl way to wear a short sparkly dress is with an oversize coat thrown over it.
Available in sizes 2 to 12.
Take a break from off-the-shoulder tops and try a one-shoulder top instead. Just add jeans and white ankle boots.
Available in sizes S to M.
What do you plan on wearing this New Year's Eve? Tell us in the comments!
This was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Anna LaPlaca.