Are sequin dresses only for the glitz and glam of Christmas parties? Can you pull off sequins casually, or even in the afternoon? We're here to spill the glitter and guide you through the dazzling world of sequin dresses.
Sequins Aren't Just for Christmas
Let's debunk the myth right away - sequins aren't just for decking the halls. Sure, they shine at holiday parties, but they can also light up your everyday life. The secret? It's all about balance.
Casual Sequin Chic
Yes, you can wear sequins casually, and you should! The Hereafter Sequin Dress paired with the Venice Gold Tie Sandal is a match made in sartorial heaven. Add sneakers, and you're ready for a stylish brunch or a shopping spree that shines.
Sequins in Broad Daylight
Who says sequins need the cover of darkness? When the sun's still high, a sequin dress will shine brighter than ever. The Genesis Sequin Dress with the Melodie Black Leather Sandal is the perfect recipe for daytime glam.
Cocktail Party Sequin Mastery
Now, let's talk about how to steal the show at a cocktail party. When the moon's out, let your sequins sparkle. Here's how:
1. Embrace the Little Black Sequin Dress (LBSD)
Move over, LBD; it's time for the LBSD to take center stage. The Hereafter Black Sequin Dress exudes sophistication and class. It's the perfect canvas for accessories that pop, like Moonflower Gold earrings or the Pink Moon Pearl Necklace.
2. Heels and flats
Don't be shy about wearing flats. Heels can take you to a black tie or dressier event, but flat sandals can make your look not only more comfortable, but add a level of cool. Try the Venice Black Leather Tie Sandal.
3. Keep It Simple Yet Bold
When it comes to jewellery, opt for one statement piece. Oversized earrings will do the trick. Less is more, but let it speak volumes. Try the Waves are Calling Earrings to add some feminine charm.
4. Strut in Confidence
The most important accessory you can wear with a sequin dress is confidence. Own your sparkle, sashay into the party, and don't forget to dance like no one's watching!