Here are six French chic New Year’s Eve outfits to ring in 2021 with (French) style. If you’ve always wanted to know how Parisians and French women dress for New Year’s Eve (le réveillon du Nouvel An in French), this article is for you!
New Year’s Eve will definitely look a little different this year due to tiered coronavirus restrictions (an 8 pm curfew is currently in force in France and will not be lifted on New Year’s Eve). But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t dress up (se mettre sur son 31 in French). On the contrary, it’s the best time to treat yourself to a sparkly and fancy New Year’s Eve dress! Because dressing up will only make you feel great and everyone needs a little cheering up this festive season. Just let’s be joyful for the end of year parties because it’s the little things that spark joy sometimes.
Whether you’re planning to spend New Year’s Eve at home or at a small (socially distanced) gathering, I’m here to help you put together the perfect New Year’s Eve outfit for almost every type of celebration. Look no further than these French-style New Year’s Eve outfits, including a black sequined dress, a metallic wrap blouse, a white dress and, plenty of sparkles. And even if it will not guarantee a stylish and fabulous 2021, it’s an excellent way to start, for sure!
Still not sure what to wear for New Year’s Eve 2021? You can read my guide to the best outfits to dress like the French for the holidays. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance!
6 New Year’s Eve Outfits To Ring In 2021 With (French) Style
1. The White Dress
2. The White Suit
3. The Metallic Wrap Blouse
4. The Black Sequined Dress
5. The Baby Doll Dress
6. The Chic Cardigan
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Bonjour! I’m Leonce, I’m French and I’m a Parisian expat currently living in the city center of Amsterdam (I previously lived in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, on the Ile-Saint-Louis). I created Leonce Chenal back in 2018 when I was living in London and missing my home country way too much. Because I truly believe you don’t have to be French or to live in France to experience the French art de vivre, Leonce Chenal is a French digital magazine to help you live your French life, wherever you are. Enjoy <3