Have you got the right shirt for the upcoming New Year’s Eve?

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Whatever you planned to do on that special night, one thing’s for sure: you’ll wear the shirt!
 
The shirt will be your outfit’s centerpiece wherever you’re going, from the most elegant to the sportiest venue. It will be your best ally, simply choose the right one for your party!
 
If you decide for a restaurant or an exlusive location, remember to focus on elegance.
 
The white shirt is the best choice, a great timeless classic, to wear under a suit or a black tuxedo.
You just have to decide between button-down, half spread, or exaggerate your with the diplomatic wrist twin neck shirt – to wear with bow tie – according to the venue and your personal taste.
 
Match it with a pair of strictly black and maybe patent-leather shoes to show off an amazing and refined look!
If you opt for the diplomatic shirt, the extra tip is to choose the color of the cufflinks matching the ones of the suit.
 
Even if on New Year’s Eve you choose to stay at home with friends and family, the shirt is a must but more informal models and funniest patterns are preferred such as stripes or paisley, so fashionable this season, to wear under a sporty jacket or a solid sweater.
And at your feet? Go ahead with loafers, lace ankle boots or a nice pair of sneakers!
 
If you are the kind of man who prefers to take part to the countdown downton with music, fireworks and mulled wine, surely you will have to wear a warm and comfy item over your shirt: you can not avoid choosing a nice cap, an enveloping scarf, a long wool coat or a thermal puffer jacket.
In this case the shirt can be more casual … for sample, one with a tartan print, maybe red, auspicious for the upcoming New Year?
 
Any shirt you decide to wear on New Year’s Eve, we wish you to spend a memorable evening with those you love!

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