11.26.2014

For the Sequin Lover


As the holidays get closer, the sequin inventory at retailers across the globe grows larger. Personally, I think sequins should be worn all year long, once or twice a week. But for the majority of the population, wearing sequins at Christmas and New Years is as far as it goes. So with all of the great sequin goodness I've been seeing over the last few weeks, I decided I'd put together a shopping guide! Roll over the images below to see the price, then click on an image to be taken to the website.

SEQUIN TOPS
Sequin tops are so much fun. Not only are they perfect for the holiday season, they're also great for a night out any time of the year. Pair a sequin top with jeans, heels and a blazer and you've got a fabulous and unique daytime outfit. Pair a crisp white oxford under a sequin top with an a-line skirt or trousers and you've got a great outfit for work. The possibilities are really endless.




SEQUIN BOTTOMS
Sequin skirts have been a staple in my closet since high school. I absolutely love styling them with a great big super-oversized sweater. It creates such a cool look. Sequin shorts are great to wear in the winter months over sheer tights with a structured top and heels or booties. Sequin pants, well, I'm just now warming up to the trend, but I could see myself pairing them with essentially the same things as I would with a skirt or shorts. A good rule of thumb is to keep the rest of the outfit simple and slightly monotone so you don't end up looking like Madonna circa 1984. 




SEQUIN DRESSES
Nothing screams holdiay chic more than a sequin dress. It's a fantastic go-to for a winter wedding, a fancy holiday party or even a date night at the ballet. Nutcracker, anyone? I love pairing my sequin dresses with sheer tights and heels or booties depending on the formality of the event. And throwing on a blazer with a sequin dress is a great snag-free option that will keep you at the right temperature.




Cheers to Shining Bright like a Diamond this holiday season.

xo
Jennifer

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