New York|NYC New Year's Eve

What Are You Wearing New Year's Eve? Gramercy Park Hotel Edition

Sick of sequins but want to greet 2011 with appropriate aplomb? We've eschewed the overdone gold and silver paillettes in favor of Bianca Jagger-flavored bronze and pewter lame to party Studio 54-style at Gramercy Park Hotel's roof bar with This Is Ivy League's Ryland Blackington djing and Barrel-Aged Vespers. Here's how to get the look and ring in 2011 with style.
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Halston, with advisor Sarah Jessica Parker, has returned to its disco queen roots. This grecian inspired asymmetrical gown provides a bit more warmth than a mini dress and the floor-sweeping length is so Spring 2011.

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This Lizzie Fortunato dazzler is perfect for ringing in the new year with disco ball-like shine. The vintagey piece is part of a limited edition from Of A Kind, dramatically lowering the chances of running into a style doppelganger.

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New Year's Eve means dancing so having a hands free handbag is essential, luckily this burnished envelope bag is perfect for slinging over your shoulder.

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Snowstorms aside, knotted peep toe heels are perfect for fireside drinking and late night dancing. If you don't have car service you might need to bring Uggs and a snowplow to navigate between parties but once you're in, these stompers will make the trek worth it.

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Not sure where you want to end up when the clock strikes midnight? Check out our NYE guide to see which parties can't be missed and check back in 2011 for pictures and round ups of the best outfits, parties and countdowns; it's the start of a decade, and we'll be partying in style.