How to Rock A Sequin Jacket All Year Long
So you bought a sequin jacket over the holidays, and it was the star of your parties. But if you think you can’t wear it again until the next holiday season, think again! You can wear your festive third layer all through the year – it just depends on what you wear it with, and where you wear it. So dust it off, take inspiration from some of my favorite fashion bloggers, and get ready to shine every season.
Spring is the time to pull out your flirty frocks – but sometimes the weather doesn’t cooperate. So add a little drama to your outfit with inspiration from Wendy’s Lookbook . A dark sequin blazer over a pale neutral dress provides contrast (and covers your shoulders), and equally shiny accessories ensure you’re set for anything from a late March birthday celebration to an early June wedding.
A girls’ night out/casual bridal shower is the ideal time to dress down your sequin jacket. Sydne Style pairs silver sequins with jeans – follow her lead with a simple white t, jeans and your favorite strappy nude heels. Then throw in a little more metallic, just for fun.
A black-tie optional invitation doesn’t necessarily mean you need to shop for a full-length gown. A standby little black dress will do, but kick it up a notch just like Pop of Style. Start with your trusty sequin jacket, then add earrings with some black tie flair and heels that shout “I’m ready to dance!”
Once the holidays roll around again, a sequin jacket is the perfect way to sparkle. And if you’re entertaining at home, it’s appropriately jubilant, but allows you to keep up with your hostess duties. Take a cue from Micah Gianneli and throw a detailed sequin jacket over sedate black separates. Standout earrings and embellished heels keep your look party-ready, even if it gets a little too hot in the kitchen for the extra layer.
Paul Julch helps busy people to streamline, organize, and update their wardrobes so they can get dressed with ease and always look stylish and feel confident. Any budget, any lifestyle, any body. His business is Urbanite|Suburbanite, and he works with clients to develop a modern, current, versatile wardrobe that expresses personal style rather than trends. Paul is based in the SF Bay Area, and remote wardrobe & style coaching is available for out-of-towners. Visit Paul’s website for more style advice, and follow him on Facebook , and Instagram to stay up to date on the best styling tips and tricks.