Without being able to party or go out this New Year’s eve, the idea of getting cozy on the couch is going our new favourite way to fête this year. If we’re keeping it comfy, let’s make it luxe with elevated pieces that let us relax in style. —Jeanine Gordon
Nothing is easier than a one-and-done piece, which is why we’ve been living in rompers since March. For New Year’s, make it chill and chic in the Sunday velvet romper ($125 from Smash + Tess). The Merry Merlot hue and plush fabric instantly make a night of Netflix a stylish way to celebrate.
Ditch the grubby sweats that you’ve been living in and level up to something more luxurious. We love the silk and cashmere Harem Pants ($585 from Black Goat Cashmere) that are the ultimate comfort piece for a stay-at-home soirée on the sofa.
If there’s a little part of you that can’t imagine New Year’s eve without wearing a dress, opt for the Griffith maxi dress from Bodybag ($187 at Gatley). The long length and soft knit make it feel like pjs, only prettier. We can’t forget to mention that it has pockets—everyone’s favourite feature in a dress.
Yes, you can absolutely ring in the new year while wearing a t-shirt, and we’re loving this Sequin Crewneck Top from Chelsea28 ($35 at Nordstrom) because it’s the perfect casual/classy combo. Pair it with your comfiest pants and slippers and you’ll be set for staying home in style.
Throwing your hair in a top knot has never looked better than when you tie it up in a Classic Beauty Bow ($52 from Jessica Redditt) made in dreamy silk charmeuse. We love that these show-stopping scrunchies that are sustainably made from clothing off-cuts, giving your messy bun extra feel-good vibes while you wait for midnight.
Don’t forget to make your feet look fabulous, even if you’re rocking your slippers instead of strappy heels this year. We’re obsessed with the ATP Atelier’s Farrow Feather and Leather slide sandals ($540 at Holt Renfrew). You can enjoy takeout on the couch and still be a little extra as you welcome in 2021.