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What Will You Wear to the Ball?

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Let’s face it, guys have it pretty easy when it comes to deciding what to wear to a big event like The Resolution Ball or the Back Bay Ball: They rent a tux or, if they have their own well turned out sense of fashion, wear their best suit.

Ladies can face a much bigger challenge trying to find just the right outfit that will make jaws drop while still be comfortable enough to dance the night away. It’s not an easy balance to strike and untl the day when women wear the tuxes and men have to find the right gown, here are some tips we found to help ladies make the right choice.

We will start with a slideshow we found on marieclaire.com which gives some unique options to help you finally forget about that LBD (Little Black Dress) you’ve come to depend on and start the ew year with a totally new look.

A site we found called Man Repeller (?) has a dun story about “Sparkly New Year’s Eve Outfits You Can Buy Super Last-Minute”. It’s not clear how dressing like a human glitter ball repels men, but shiny is always fun on the dance floor.

The Cosmopolitan website offers 50 New Year's Eve dresses you're going to LOVE..although after viewing all the options we can’t help but think that “love” is way to string a word for some of these outfits.

If you already know what dress you will be wearing, then be sure to check out this vogue article on “The 15 Chicest Hair Accessories to Finish Your New Year’s Eve Look” and then ask yourself, are you fashion brave enough to welcome in 2018 wearing a hairband?

And finally, refinery29.com offers an option for those who realize that  the middle of winter is no time to be wearing something sheer and short with “The Anti-Party Dress Guide To Wearing Pants On New Year's Eve”.


One final note: No matter what you wear, just remember that when you go to either The Resolution Ball or the Back Bay Ball the best looking think on you all night will be the smile on your face as you say goodbye to 2017 with your friends.

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