Sequins obviously stand out and turn heads, but it’s hard to not to look like a disco ball. However, sequins on tops, dresses, even shoes can actually be super hot and very in style. So follow our simple tricks because we’re about to tell you how to make sequins work:
Sparkle For A Night Out:
This MICHAEL Michael Kors Habiutal Sequin Dress ($150) is great for the skeptical. The straight line of sequins down the front will peek perfectly out of this Max Studio Hand Finished Peacoat ($98, from $398), especially when left open. Break up the monochromatic look with a pair of killer pumps – like these Baker’s Victoria Pumps ($80). Top it off with a pair of delicate earrings, such as these Betsey Johnson Pairs Eiffel Drop Earrings ($51).
Rock Star Shine:
Sticking with black and silver might be a little rock & roll, but that’s never stopped us before. Start off with this Rise & Shine Top ($100) and keep all on eyes on you by pairing it with a some black jeggings, like these by Rock Revival ($122). Polish it off with some rockin’ studded Report ‘Electra’ Booties ($92.90, down from $140) and this multi-chain Hive and Honey Necklace ($30).