Shimmer, sheen, and sparkle are at an interesting in-between statement piece this year. It’s either too much or just right, but for stylish women, it’s the perfect must-have. With designer shimmer being a constant trend in clothing stores and online shopping, we’re allowed to go over-the-top with it. What we particularly love is the surprising subtlety of sequin overlays on a mesh.
With all things shiny, we’re seeing glitter, foil, metallic, and sequins in a muted tone. The sparkle is toned down, and the colours are muted in a classy way. You can still mix-and-match pieces that you like with sequins, as they’re more of an add-on element to the look, the main focus point for these looks is surprisingly not the sparkle, but the accessory or colour added to enhance the sparkle element in the wardrobe.
With Aigner’s SS20 look, we’re seeing warmer, more romanticly smoother finishes in metallics in party wear. The fabrics are softer, while colours are meant for a Moroccan summer.
This look is easy, breezy, simple and flowy. It has just the right amount of antique gold to enhance the subtle sensuality of the look.
This look screams texture and print. We’re seeing tons of stunning details this season, so why not combine a few into one look?
Great for resort wear, this sequin skirt adds some texture and evening sensuality to a utilitarian look.
The idea of metallic on metallic might be too risky for many, but it really depends how and where you pull it off.
Sequin skirts and dresses aren’t only for Friday nights but can be incorporated into a downplayed dinner look.