Christmas is over but there is still time to break out your wardrobe's rarest treasures — the blazers and button-ups which often don't see the light of day. Here are 5 New Year's Eve looks inspired by the king of style, Jeff Goldblum, that are more than worthy of ringing in a New Year.
A WHITE TEE
You can never go wrong with a plain, well-fitted white t-shirt. Wear it tucked into black jeans or dress pants, with a blazer or your favourite denim jacket. Either way, the white tee can handle anything.
THE PARTY BLAZER
If your New Year's Eve plans include champagne and a midnight kiss, then it's time to break out your party blazer. Whether it has a velvety finish, embroidered detailing, or a print — as tame or wild as you please — we recommend pairing it with slim pants, slip-on loafers, slicked-back hair, and your favourite jewelry.
The party pant is a great alternative to jeans but is not to be mixed with the party blazer. Instead, throw on your coolest shoes and your most grandpa-esque sweater for a New Year's Eve look worthy of Jeff Goldblum.
The last two years have focused heavily on statement shirts so why not ring in 2020 in your most luxurious, above-the-waist flex. We're talking a silk, or satin, button-up. If you really want to end 2019 with a bang, figuratively, of course, keep the shirt unbuttoned and untucked.
If you still aren't sure what to wear to your New Year's Eve bash, might we suggest an all-black ensemble? Keep it interesting by pairing different textures and fits together and stacking a few monochromatic bracelets on your arm.
There is absolutely no shame in staying in on New Year's Eve, especially when you treat yourself to great food and drinks while lounging in your finest leisurewear. While it seems Jeff Goldblum has never left the house wearing sweatpants we imagine he would finish an ultra-comfortable look off with a gold chain and a statement pair of socks.