Faviana goes metallic

While most girls wait for the holidays to wear their sequined attire, you can wear your shimmering bottoms, tops, and dresses now!  Fashion week just ended and it was all about beautiful dresses and skirts  that dazzled from metallic sequins and beads.   Think less flashy and more delicate with softer shades of pink and silver tones.

Mix the sequins with basics.  This is ideal for taking that daytime shine to a fun, evening look.  Pair metallic bottoms, such a sequined miniskirt or slouchy beaded pant with casual tops.  Stock your closets with basics this year, because they are the perfect accessory for that glitzy bottom.  Think black, white, grey t-shirts and blouses.  They are perfect for taking your dressed up bottom to a daytime look.

There are a few basic rules to wearing sequins and making them look classy.  Make sure you keep your look casual and nonchalant.  Do not wear skin tight silhouettes and think breezy, flowy, not clingy.   Keep your look simple with one color.  Black, silver, and gold dresses are always classic and gorgeous, but you can add some color, just keep it minimal for an all sequined dress.  Purple dresses and pink dresses are fashion forward, but they make a bigger bolder statement.   Make sure your outfits fits because when you walk into that room, all eyes will be focused on you!

Want to shine, but cant find the perfect sequin dress, opt for your favorite little black dress or your favorite jeans, and pair them with a little bling, because no outfit is complete without a sparkling clutch, bangles or your perfect ruby red shoes.

This your time to shine, so add some sparkle to your wardrobe.


Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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