If there’s one thing we’ve learnt about the transition to autumn, it’s that knitwear gets too much hype. And although our wardrobes feel a lot fuller and cosier with the return of the warm essentials, the things we’ve really missed are all the sequins. You know? Those exciting sparkly pieces that bring a smile to your face every time you open your wardrobe.
And with party season around the corner, there’s no time to waste when selecting sequins. So, for easy ways introduce them into your wardrobe, here’s five of the best looks right now.
Short and Sweet
Sparkles are for all year round, but this shift dress is anything but low-key. With sequins found on every inch of this tunic dress, it’s rippley fabric has a liquid gold effect that’ll get heads turning, but it’s classy enough to wear to work events. Repeat this mantra: if in doubt, go all out.
If you thought that vamping up the glam out was off the agenda, then you were completely mistaken. Adorned with a sparkly sequin bodice, this killer maxi dress gives off a sophisticated vibe that’s worthy of any party. Pair your look with a set of stilettos and it’s time to shine…
Move Over Cinderella…
We’ve gone totally magpie for this maxi dress. With intricate detailing on the top, shimmering sequins make this maxi dress that little bit better. And although the spotlight falls mainly on the sequins, it’s got a flowing skirt, a high neckline and a ruched back that complete it with perfection.
Who Wears Short Sleeves?
Go full disco-chic with this metallic tunic dress. A puff-sleeved sequin outfit isn’t something you’re going to wear day-to-day, but it’s something to keep stored for nights out, parties and dressing up. Style it simply, team with with a pair of knee-high boots and a silver clutch. Don’t forget: over-accessorizing is everything.
So, you want to take this sequin craze a little further, huh? Please turn your attention to this long sleeve maxi dress. In a heavyweight shape that’s just the right length, it’s got a side split running from hem to thigh and sequin panels that could supply energy with the amount they reflect…