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Alida Nugent

Alida Nugent

Posted: December 28, 2010 09:25 AM

Finally, the Christmas season is over. Now you can stop seeing reindeer-themed sweaters and can go to stores again without being bombarded by cheesy music with bells in the background over and over. However, before you can enjoy not having anything to look forward to except being cold in January and February, you have get through the New Year celebration. New Year's Eve is the tip of the 'drinking holidays with huge expectations' followed by St. Patrick's Day and Halloween. You've got to be prepared for this sloppy and not-really-monumental occasion. Luckily, I'm here to show you what you need to do in order to have a great time in spite of the holiday.

An Ill-Fitting Sparkly Cocktail Dress
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It’s the perfect time to wear something entirely gold and silver. And short! Because it’s winter! Be a part of the parade of young women who wobble around in asymmetrical sparkle dresses that they have to keep pulling down because it’s freezing and the dress doesn’t fit but the style is right on! Listen, I’ve been celebrating this holiday forever, and the uniform of tiny, little, breast-exposing, metal-colored dresses has never changed. The one thing that has changed is the kind of sparkle: ten years ago it was sequins, five years ago it was glitter and now it’s sequins again or maybe just Ke$ha’s eye makeup.
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