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Shine on! Snag Victoria's sparkly Dec/Jan cover look


Sparkle sister

If you wanna capture some sparkle in your outfit without sporting sequins from head to toe, then this top is a perfect pick. There is just enough dazzling detail to get you noticed, plus, the peplum ruffle adds an extra hint of sophistication. Chic!


Glitterati Gold Sequin Top, $36,


Golden touch


The Ball Drop is gonna get some tough competition when all eyes are on you in this stunner! The black and gold contrast along with the elegant baroque pattern makes this frock seriously stand out from any other dress we’ve seen this season. Love the baroque trend? Snag more of our rockstar royalty picks right here.


XOXO Sequin-Front Dress, $50,



Boot the basics

Take it from Vic: heeled booties are the perfect shoe Do for any New Year’s bash. This shimmery bronze shade will match most outfits and the sharp black detail adds an edgy twist. Great for accessorizing, the no-show toe allows you to pair ’em with tights!



Rock & Republic Platform High Heel Ankle Boots, $50,



Moto maven

Pair your party dress with this tough-girl jacket for the perfect balance of rocker meets glam. The fold-over front takes this jacket from causal to chic, perfect for a big night out to ring in the New Year.   



Knit Panel Moto Jacket, $35,



Bright lights

This sequined-contrast mini looks just like a starry night over the city skyline! Go ahead and pair it with your brightest silky party top since any hue will look fab with silver and black.



Studio Fifty Four Skirt, $24

BY JENN SHELTON ON 11/16/2012 4:03:00 PM

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