As we're primping for tonight's festivities, we can't help but daydream a little about tomorrow morning. Will we think those new pumps were worth it once the blisters have formed? More importantly, will we be able to keep our resolution to dress better in 2015 on the very first day of the year?
Whether you're dancing the night away or spending a low-key New Year's Eve with friends, the day after is a lazy girl's special: sleeping in, comfortable footwear, and binge-watching TV are all on the agenda. January 1 has the weird duality of also being the first day we're all super-motivated to meet those new-year, new-you goals — upgraded dressing and all. The six Instagrammers to follow help prove that looking good and feeling cozy don't have to be mutually exclusive. Find your #OOTD ideas for making the first look of 2015 count, just ahead.
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When our brains are on auto-pilot, we gravitate toward the grays and blacks in our closet. Margaret Zhang shows that a limited color palette doesn't have to result in a boring outfit. Instead of adding brights, the blogger plays with texture, contrasting a chunky knit with sleek, leather leggings.
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Natalie Joos takes a changing room selfie — an underrated genre of department-store selfie, we might add — that captures her comfy shopping ensemble. Her blanket coat, fierce trousers, and cozy loafers ensure the blogger can power through the holiday-sale season.
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Fringe is great for twirling on the dance floor — and, it makes as much of a statement in your off-duty wardrobe. Kelly Framel lets her trousers do all the shimmying on a lazy, sunny morning.
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Jane Aldridge rolls up the sleeves of her cozy sweater, making her all-oversized look feel more tailored. The bright pumps don't hurt, either.
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Shiona Turini keeps cool in a sleek blazer dress and comfortable kicks, accenting her black-and-white look with reflective sunglasses.