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A Guy’s Guide to acing the New Year’s eve look

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So you thought we won’t give your needs their fair share of attention, eh, boys?After helping our beautiful women, we’re here to rescue the day and help our handsome studs with their perfect New Year’s eve look.So if you’re still wondering what to wear this New Year’s Eve, don’t worry! We have selected a perfect blend of attire for you! Take a look:

1) The Evergreen Suits
Going for a formal party this New Year’s Eve? Wearing a classic three piece is something you should think of.This fall winter has already brought in some trendy amalgamation of the classic and the contemporary in suits. Do give them a try.

2) MixMatch
Late this year, jeggings for men stole the show at every fashion week,showcasing men’s collection. If you are going for a casual party, you can go forward and see if jeggings suit you!

3) Round Sunglasses
Night parties these days are incomplete without a few people flaunting their trendy, round sunglasses. Available in multiple colours, try the new shades this New Year’s Eve and see if they add that extra bit to your attire.

4) Suede Shoes and Heels
An attire is incomplete without adding a pair of good footwear. Why not wear the suede ones on this special evening? These soft velvety shoes might suit your attire perfectly at the eve’s party.

5) Cologne on the go
Now that your attire seems perfect, a pleasant cologne has to be added. It is advisable to go for ‘not so strong’ yet ‘lasting’ colognes for the party, since you might need them for longer hours. Choose wisely.

Brij Pahwa
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is a sophomore pursuing Political Science (H) from SGTB Khalsa College. A graduate in Indian Classical Music and a seasoned MUNer, Anchor and Compére, he also has an interest in writing poetry. He has been working as a compére for Athletic Federation of India and is a guest columnist for a multi - state daily. A partisan of astrophysics, he thinks that our perceptions shape our realities and that a reality for one might not be for another. It's a world full of semblance, he believes. Link to his blog on Poetry:

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