These Celebrity Holiday Looks Are Perfect For An At-Home New Year’s Eve

New Year's Eve will look very different this year. Rather than packed parties and celebrations with friends, we will be at home sipping bubbly with our house bubble. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t get festive with our New Year's Eve look. If anything, this is the year to really dress however you want to ring in the new year. 

If you want to stay in your pajamas — or underwear — while rocking bright and bold makeup, go for it! If you want to bust out a stunning floor-length dress that you didn't have an excuse to wear this year, it’s all you. Maybe this is the time you try out a trend and soft launch it at home before taking it out into the world. In our homes, we set the dress code. Nothing is off the table. 

To get our creative juices flowing, we decided to turn to celebrities for some outfit inspiration. We were pleased to find that they, too, were taking the holiday season as an opportunity to set their own dress code at home. We may all be socially distanced, but outfit-wise, we are very much on the same page. As always, anything sparkly is a winning New Years' Eve choice, but we also felt particularly inspired by the mix and match of 2020 fashion favorites and holiday classics. Think: a matching sweatsuit with a statement red lip.

Ahead, we’ve put together some of our favorite celebrity holiday looks to inspire your New Year's Eve outfit. Whether you’re going for a cozy look or something a bit more dressed up, these looks will get you thinking of the perfect look to wear while saying good riddance to 2020.Storm Reid

Pairing 2020's biggest trend with a holiday makeup classic, Euphoria's Storm Reid wore a tie-dye sweatsuit with a bold red lip.Kendall Jenner

Always one to be fashion-forward, Kendall Jenner opted for a high-fashion look by pairing a ruffly, gold top with tights and platform heels. It's perfect for any Zoom parties, where only your top half is visible.Jennifer Lopez

If you want to go full glam, Jennifer Lopez is here to tell you to go full glam. For a more low-key look, pair a matching sweatsuit with a designer hat and gold hoops, as the star has also done recently.Chloe x Halle

Chloe x Halle are giving us major Y2K and Destiny's Child vibes with the silver and icy blue matching sets.Hailee Steinfeld

If you're feeling especially festive, take some inspiration from Hailee Steinfeld who proves that red plaid will always be a holiday favorite.Justin & Hailey Bieber

Sometimes the best outfits are the coziest. Need proof? Look no further than the Biebers. We can see ourselves wearing this as we fall asleep on the couch before midnight.Lily Collins

Like red plaid, pairing black with metallic will never go out of style. Emily Cooper would approve of this one.Gal Gadot

Sure, this was definitely a photoshoot and not Gal Gadot's holiday look, but there's something about a chunky knit sweater and a bold eye look that seems perfect this time of year.Lizzo

Follow Lizzo, and stay in your underwear all night, if you like. It's trendy right now. Kylie Jenner

Never underestimate the power of a red dress to strike just the right New Year's Eve note.Nina Dobrev

Quarantine or no quarantine, we are obsessed with the idea of pairing a black turtleneck sweater with a sparkly, tulle skirt.Vanessa Hudgens

If you're thinking this New Year's Eve will be a cozy one, elevate a onesie with some fun accessories a la Vanessa Hudgens.January Jones

January Jones is our new queen of festive statement sweater content. Sofia Richie

Monochrome dressing, be it in the form of a suit or a sweatsuit, always seems to be just the vibe we were looking for.Lisa

Sporty casual never felt like the more perfect New Year's Eve look — as showcased by Lisa.Busy Phillips

Busy Phillips inspiring us to sport one of our favorite trends: a puff-sleeve dress.
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