MCLV Style: New Years Eve Leather

The sartorial cherry on top of the sundae of a fashion-heavy year was wearing New Years Eve leather in the form of original CCUOCO couture look to ring in 2014.

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{Shop similar pieces by clicking these hyperlinks: Corset & Skirt – CCUOCO, Heels – Zara & Cuffs – Max & Chloe}

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{Photos by Jennymay Villarete of J. Villarete Photography // Hair & Make-Up by Klaudia Mayer}

I fell head-over-heels for the gothic glamour of Candice Cuoco’s designs during San Francisco Fashion Week and have been itching to try them out ever since. And what better reason to put on a sexy leather look than a killer New Year’s Eve party?

Despite working on a runway show extravaganza for New Year’s Eve the sweet-as-pie designer offered to create a look for me, even altering her runway design to suit my non-model physique. The end result was fun, bold, and perfectly suited to my evening of dancing, meeting new people & plotting a fabulous 2014 with Legally Vogue!

And in exciting news, Miss Candice Cuoco has been invited to show her amazing collection at New York Fashion Week. Helps us raise the money to send her by contributing here and you’ll be helping introduce her striking designs to the world!

So tell me, what did YOU wear for New Year’s Eve?

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6 Responses to MCLV Style: New Years Eve Leather

  1. looks lovely on you!

  2. looks lovely on you!

  3. So AMAZING! You look gorgeous! And go Candice!! Definitely contributing!! :-D

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