Sequins can be tricky to style but they really don't need to be. Here is some inspiration.
|(Dress: Pilgrim // Heels: H&M // Clutch Bag: Rubi Shoes // Earrings: From Malaysia)|
Sequin overload in this outfit. One can never have enough sequins, which is why I paired my full on sequinned dress with a sequinned dress. The subtle sparkliness of the earrings compliment the rest of the outfits. I'd wear this outfit to a glam night out, where I want to stand out in.
|(Top: Thrifted // Skirt: Thrifted (Zara) // Shoes: Rubi Shoes // Necklace (Worn as bracelet): Emma Page)|
This almost all black outfit has a punk rock vibe. I played with different textures with the sequinned top, leather skirt and suede boots. The boots are the focal point of the outfit, creating an element of surprise in the outfit.
|(Crop Top: Urban Outfitters // Skirt: Forever 21 // Heels: Novo // Earrings: Emma Page // Rings: H&M and Primark)|
This sequinned skirt is a nod to the 1920s and so I reinvented the burlesque look to be suitable for now. Maroon is often associated with burlesque and so this long sleeved crop top is perfect for this outfit.
|(Top: H&M // Shorts: One Teaspoon // Flatforms: Charles & Keith // Bracelet: Rubi Shoes // Watch: Gifted)|
Who says sequins are saved for nights out? Sequins can be worn during the day. The distressed denim cutoffs play off the showiness of the sequinned top.