A touch of gold perhaps? Real, faux, fun, or frankly funky?
Why not, n'est-ce pas?
If you don't wish to add ornamentation en or to your wardrobe (though I'll show you here how to do it for mere pennies, or centimes or other small change) don't forget, champagne is a golden liquid that guarantees a sparkly fin d'année that could be a long term investment when consumed with the right person under the right circumstances. . .
Above: A major statement golden "ribbon" cuff by Osanna Visconti that could (or definitely could not) be paired with the "Rock and Baroque" Yves Saint Laurent manicure (ingredients for same, pictured beneath).
Below: Gold and white Greek motif ribbon; Moschino Cheap and Chic coat -- although it may be the one without the other, or neither or both, depending upon one's point-of-view -- oval minaudière from Forever 21; a man's cummerbund (every woman should own a few of these in a variety of colors); Repetto ballerines (well, what did you expect from me anyway?); lurex-y tights from Asos, I'm really on the fence about these, particularly after a certain age, but I could see them peeping out from a long skirt or large satin pants; a sweet heart minaudière from Reisson; simple gold cord to use any way you wish, as a belt, in your hair, wrapped several times around a wrist, intertwined some way or other, glue it someplace -- you decide.