New Year’s Eve is all about the glamour! And by glamour I mean a sequined, sparkly glittery outfit topped with a glass of champagne. However, no matter what you’re wearing remember first and foremost to party like it’s 1999, but keep it classy.
Last night I said goodbye to 2014 and hello to 2015 in Times Square with my boyfriend and his family. Though watching the ball drop at home is always exciting, there’s nothing like seeing the New Year’s Eve countdown in person and feeling the confetti fall all around you at midnight. Everyone should do it at least once.
As I relax at home on New Year’s Day, I can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store. I hope it brings with it my first 5K run, a trip to the west coast with my boyfriend and many other happy surprises. Happy New Year Socialites!
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Happy New Year Everyone!! I’m so excited to see what 2013 has in store. This year, I braved the crowds and craziness by ringing in 2013 in Times Square armed with my new Sony NEX-F3K/S 16.1MP Interchangeable Lens Camera that my Dad gave me for Christmas. Expect more fab fashion photo shoots on Aspiring Socialite in 2013 thanks to my amazing new camera which I love because it’s a great mixture between an everyday point and shoot and a super fancy professional photographer’s camera. I must say that I couldn’t have chosen a better place to take my first pictures on my new camera than celebrating the New Year in Times Square that come midnight on New Year’s Eve is even more the center of the universe. The crowds are crazy, but having so many people around actually makes the air warmer. Looking forward to continuing my socialite journey in NYC in 2013. 13 may not traditionally be a lucky number, but I feel tons of prosperity coming on.