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Sequins by day, not just for parties!

Who said sequins were only for Holiday season and soirees? Seriously, what can be more enjoyable than shining bright in sparkly sequin pants in the day? From London to New York, sequins have reigned on the SS18 catwalks and street style, appearing in adorning shoes, dresses, trousers, blazers, and accessories, it’s hard to miss.

I really like how sequins can elevate my casual everyday looks, making them feel a lot dressier. If you are seeking to make a statement, or you simply want to be mistaken for disco ball, just like me, then sequins are your answer.  Whether it’s a blazer, skirt or pant, the light reflecting embellishment is sure to spice up your look.

How to wear Sequins

You can downplay the flashiness of sequins with sensible, neutral pairings, like a basic white tee or an oversized blazer.Made for the night, but also wearable by daytime, these shimmery striped pants can easily take me from work into the evening cocktail hours. Pieces like this one are easy to incorporate into an outfit, so don’t be afraid of trying! If you feel like the heels are a bit too much, then you can always go for flats. My other shoe choices would be pointed flat mules or my everyday lazy Adidas kicks. How do you feel about this look and do let me know how you wear sequins.






Get the Look

Bottom line – you need at least one sequin piece in your closet because it is such a great staple.  And, since Spring is here, this sequin + vest combo is the perfect mix of dressy meets casual.  So are you a sequin dress/skirt/pants lover?  Have you worn the sequin + vest combo before?  I wanna hear from you – what’s your styling tip for dressing down a favorite piece in your closet for everyday wear?

Thank you for reading!

Photos by Joetographer



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