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NICHE style Holiday 2017

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  • Jumpsuit
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NICHE magazine Not your typical NEW YEAR’S EVE! BY: ERIC HIMEL ERIC HIMEL is a resident STYLE EXPERT for NICHE magazine, a widely known celebrity stylist, fashion and media personality. Himel attended Parson’s School of Design and trained under Project Runway’s Tim Gunn, then moved to Los Angeles and began his styling career, expanding his business across North America. Himel’s roster of celebrity clientele has included Jenny McCarthy, Giuliana Rancic, Pete Wentz, and Gabby Douglas. He’s best known for his signature CLOSET PURGE and now leverages the online landscape offering VIRTUAL STYLING SESSIONS. CONNECT WITH ERIC: website: instagram: @erichimel Whether you’re going to an intimate party, a dinner for two or a big bash, making a statement is always front of mind. Don’t get bogged down with typical New Year’s Eve clichés like glitter, high heels and tight dresses. There are other ways to ring in the New Year with everything from a jumpsuit to vintage-inspired jewelry, paired with show stopping boots and unique bags that let the world know, I have arrived! JUMPSUITS Easier than separates, a jumpsuit can be just as glamorous as a dress, if not more so. The key is the fabrication, cut, and pairing the right accessories. Choose metallics, velvets or satins to ensure that this piece is dressy enough for NYE. A dressy jumpsuit should also be tailored and show some skin be it your neck and collar bone, arms, shoulders or décolletage. Stick with a jumpsuit in monochromatic black, white or metallic to keep on point for the celebratory feel. Finish off this look with a statement earring and a dressy structured clutch. Sorry gals, a jumpsuit for NYE requires a heel. 12 . HOLIDAY 2017 Oscar de la Renta NYE Jumpsuit

Monses Modern Tuxedo LE SMOKING Yves Saint Laurent created ‘Le Smoking’ Suit in 1966 as an answer to a woman’s version of a men’s tuxedo. Since then, countless iterations and interpretations can be found. This iconic silhouette never goes out of style and will be a source of conversation at any NYE soirée! WWW.NICHE.STYLE . 13

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