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New Year’s Eve Fashion with Priya Virmani

New Year’s Eve Fashion with Priya Virmani

Priya Virmanipersonal stylish, NJStyle curator and founder of Privée by Priya – returned to the #HipNJ studio to discuss New Year’s Eve fashion with Lisa Marie Latino.

Virmani gave many suggestions on how to dress for a New Year’s Eve party. Instead of black clothing, she suggested wearing colorful clothing with a metallic finish.

“I think black is a no-brainer when it comes to getting dressed for New Year’s Eve, or really any party. It helps you shine, it helps you sparkle. But there’s other options,” Virmani said.

She recommended pairing colorful, metallic skirts with black shirts or shiny shirts with black pants or a pair of jeans. She also said clothing with sequence can go with denim.

Virmani noted that the vibe can vary depending on the type of party you’re attended.

“If you’re bringing your kids and going to somebody’s house to celebrate together, or if you’re going out the 30th instead of the 31st, there’s just a different look and a different vibe,” Virmani said.

She recommended pairing something more comfortable or cozy – something with detail in its design – with denim. She also suggested wearing velvet.

Virmani can help people who want to organize their closet for the New Year.

“It is actually my favorite place to start because people want to see consistency in the way they dress, and that leads to time-saving,” Virmani said. “So, you’re not second-guessing what you should wear when. If your closet is edited and purged and exactly suited to your lifestyle and your personality, you’ll really never go wrong.”

Visit Virmani’s website and follow her on social media.

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Lisa Marie Latino

Lisa Marie Falbo (Latino) is CEO and executive producer of Long Shot Productions, a full-service media production company based in Fairfield, New Jersey. Latino’s career has produced numerous commercial, corporate, and entertainment programs that have taken her throughout the United States as well as Europe. In 2014, Latino co-launched Hip New Jersey a lifestyle program featuring the latest trends around the Garden State. She serves as the television show’s executive producer and host. Hip New Jersey can be seen on HometowneTV, NJ on Air and HipNewJersey.com. Latino has appeared on a wide variety of local television, network cable, and radio shows, including TLC’s Cake Boss, SNY’s Oh Yeah and on WFAN Sports Radio. She also works in-season for the New York Giants Radio Network, and has served as an adjunct broadcasting professor at Seton Hall University. In 2016, Latino added published author to her lofty resume with the release of her debut novel, Ten Years Later. In 2017, “TYL” won Best Fiction at the Independent Authors Book Expo. Latino graduated from Montclair State University in 2006 with a degree in broadcasting and speech communication.

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