Sequins are set to be huge this Autumn/Winter season, with glitzy styles taking control of the runways this season – from late night parties (Christmas party season is upon us) or you could even, wait for it… wear them through the day! These shimmering looks are commanding this time of year, so the glitz of sequins could cause your head to go into a bit of a spin. To help you dice what sequin styles are going to be big, here’s our rundown of the ways to style sequins now. Prepare for the influx of sparkle…
Category: Inspire Me
I always seem to be drawn to neutral colours (think mochas, sand colours and biscuit hues), so i didn’t find it difficult to wear as many chocolate shades throughout the week. I would even say that black is fast becoming the new brown, a bold statement i know, but if the runways are anything to go buy then it’s true.I wore brown Monday to Thursday, in my quest to prove wearing chocolate brown daily isn’t too much of a difficult task. I tried every trend I could think of, from clashing colours to mix and matching different tones. Keep scrolling to see how i wore brown midweek, and then shop my must-have pieces. wore brown for seven days straight, attempting to make brown look less like a paper bag and fashion forward. I tried every styling move I could think of, from colour clashes to head-to-toe looks to tonal dressing. Keep scrolling to see the seven ways I wore brown, and then shop my must-have pieces.
When you’re petite, getting clothes that fit can sometimes be difficult. As someone who’s under 5’3″, I’ve found myself shouting a staff member to grab me a shorter leg jean as the ones I’ve picked are waaaay to long or coats that have drowned me to make me resemble an 80s throwback (such is the unintentional massive shoulder pads). If you’re in agreement, then you know how frustrating it can be. But there are ways around this.
As fashion bloggers we know our stuff when it comes to fashion so why not spread the word and help others out there. We all know most women know what they look good in. You are bound to have your favourite jeans or favourite floral tea dress that are your go to. With a little help from us you can ditch the same old looks and maybe go for something a bit different that will make you look amazing!
The return of ’90s style is a shock more than anything. The 90s brought us some amazing styles such as low rise jeans and silky slip dress but it also brought some trends we would be happy to forget. If you think back I am sure you would be proud of a lot of the things you wore and thinking about them give you a sense of nostalgia. but at the same time I bet it would be a lugh between you and friends if you fished out the old photo albums.
As we get older, we have new experiences, grow older and more graceful and our opinions on things can drastically change. The same applies to our fashion sense and the way we style our clothes (unfortunately our bodies go through a lot of changes). Although that was a bit deep and philosophical, don’t worry I was only building up to say that for me, one of the few things that hasn’t changed is my favourite colour. Not exactly deep stuff I know but given the uncertain outcome of pretty much everything else in life, to know your favourite colour will never change is somewhat comforting.