What Every It Girl Will Be Wearing On New Year's Eve

The hype surrounding The Reformation can only be described as cultish. Whether it's the label's flowy fabrics, do-good mission, or retro silhouettes that hook you in, it's difficult to resist — especially if you're an Instagram It Girl. But, no matter your follower count, the L.A.-based brand's appeal is universal. Twice this year, it caused its loyal fan base to freak out: First, it announced a bridal collection. Then, a line of work wear. Now, it's committing to the '70s aesthetic to close out 2014 with a bang.
The Reformation is throwing it back a couple of decades for a disco-inspired New Year's collection ideal for all-night gallivanting — shimmery fabrics and plunging necklines abound. And, of course, we wouldn't be talking about The Reformation if there weren't dreamy maxi-dresses involved. In addition to ankle-skimming hems, there are plenty of shorter frocks for the serial party-hopper, plus sparkly tops that'll dress up your favorite jeans for a more practical going-out getup. Consider this an early commitment to your New Year's resolutions: To care for the environment by endorsing sustainably-produced goods. And, you know, to dress better.
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A plunging neckline, paired with a high slit, makes this dress an absolute showstopper.
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A short dress you can wear out on the town in 2014, and out to brunch in 2015.

The Reformation Virginia Dress in Peony, $198, available at The Reformation.
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Dress? Pants? The Reformation doesn't make you choose: This wide-legged jumpsuit strikes the balance between the loose fit of a skirt and the convenience of trousers.
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This textured, metallic-knit dress gives an understated-glam feel.
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Who's bringing sexy back?
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A ladylike, off-the-shoulder dress, with a Reformation twist.
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Shine brighter than the New Year's Eve ball.
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This fringe will come alive during the obligatory "Shake It Off" dance interlude.
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You'll just want to shake, shake, shake.
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Take the plunge.
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Don't fear the open back. There are plenty of ways to make it work.
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This luxe, silk dress will have you feeling like a '70s celebrity.
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If you prefer the plunging neckline without the high-slit skirt, the same lavish silhouette comes as a top, too.
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A tasseled top gives you extra movement on the dance floor.
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All the drama of a high slit, with the comfort of a jersey dress.
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Take a step in the right direction with this serious slit.