Need some holiday cheer? Skip the dark, gloomy clothing and opt for some bright, sequined pieces this fall season. Seen in Fall 2011 collections of Dolce & Gabbana and Drives Van Noten, these shimmery delights seem to transform any dampened holiday into a mini disco. Read more on how you can shine with these sequined garments, too.
If we were teachers, we would certainly give these gals an A+ on their gleaming outfits. Turn up the heat with these warm, golden sequins this holiday season. Stay warm by balancing a scoop back sequined gold top with a pair of brown trousers like Style Icon MakeShiftModel. While you’re at it, add even more shock value to your outfit by trotting in bold coloured pumps like Style Icon, StylePantry. Now, that’s what we call a golden treatment.
SPARKLE THOSE STRIPES
There’s something that really speaks ‘holidays’ when it comes to the bold combination of stripes and sequins. Whether they’re vertical or horizontal, adding stripes to sequins make a garment even more eye-catching, which is perfect for those who want to be the center of attention. Without looking too overwhelming, stay low key with the accessories like Chictopian TheFamilyVintage and designer/actress Mary Kate Olsen. You want your dress to stand out, not your accessories.
The future Mrs. Rob Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, should try changing her name to Mrs. PATTERN-son instead since she looks absolutely stunning in this Emilio Pucci mosaic sequined dress. If you’re a patterned girl, why not go for some patterned sequins? These statement garments will make any introvert the life of the party. Like bold accessories, opt for minimal and natural-looking makeup. Pair with a fuschia lip colour like Style Icon Slicari and actress Kristen Stewart. Applying minimal makeup will radiate the sequined, polychromatic motif even more.
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By Crystal (watermoolen)
Main Image via Harper’s Bazaar December 2008