New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and if there’s one night of the year to be at your most stylish, this is it. To help offer some fashion tips for the big evening we asked our TIVOL staff for some quick tips. . .

Kate (marketing coordinator): Wear a bright lip (my personal favorite is Flat Out Fabulous by MAC) paired with fun statement earrings. Try something unexpected like Stephen Webster’s diamond Magnipheasant Collection.

Stephanie (diamond buyer): Stack several Anita Ko or Penny Preville bracelets together with a pair of heels. The look adds a little spice to any outfit.

Lisa (Plaza Assistant Store Manager): Try high-heel booties paired with diamond ear climbers and fold in lots of layered bracelets.

AJ (Plaza associate) – Nothing is more fun, classic or appropriate than a black cocktail dress with a long diamond chain by Forevermark or Roberto Coin. 

survival 1

1. Fun high heels and an Anita Ko bracelet, 2. Stephen Webster Magnipheasant Earrings and a bright lipstick, 3. Killer booties and diamond ear climbers

Adam (marketing director): For guys, New Year’s Eve is the night to wear classic cuff links (there are plenty of understated, handsome options from the David Yurman Men’s collections) paired with a fitted tuxedo or black suit, a simple tie clip and skinny neck tie along with a classic timepiece that has either a metal bracelet (stainless or gold) or a black leather strap.

survival 2

1. A little black dress and a long diamond chain, 2. David Yurman cufflinks, Ron Hami tie bar and a black tux

Ward (Plaza associate): You can’t go wrong with a blue pinstripe suit. It’s classic, and when paired with a rose gold watch – a Patek Philippe with an alligator strap will do just fine – you could call in 2016 or 2060 in the same outfit and look perfectly in style for the times.

survival 3

1. Navy Pinstripe Suit and Patek Philippe, 2. Jaeger-LeCoultre Watch and TIVOL Collection Cuff Links