When it comes to metallic pieces, we often become overwhelmed and intimidated by the high-shine of it all. We tend to leave metallics in our wardrobes for special nights out or glamourous events. However, daytime metallics is an actual ‘thing’ these days, and is quite trendy!
During winter the sun doesn’t shine as often, so it’s up to all the fashionistas out there to give us some much needed light with some luminous fashion choices.
If you’re interested in wearing the trend, then you’ve come to the right place. We’re talking daytime metallics and how to wear them without overdressing yourself and blinding the public.
It’s in the details
Start small by incorporating high-shine gold and silver accessories into your personal style. Stand out with some gold sneakers, wear shiny jewellery with a cocktail dress or opt for metallic shades during the day and you’ll be set. You can even go so far as to add a bit of shine to your nails every now and then.
Go big or go home
Invest in large, chunky metallic statement pieces that could add some pizzazz to any ensemble.
Watch your shine!
Shiny items may cause your silhouette to appear larger. It is therefore important to wear them on the more slender parts of the body, such as the neck (a scarf or choker) and arms.
Shapes & Silhouettes
Metallic items usually look best on their own. That is why many opt for the bodycon dress or sequined fashion items. However, they can also be paired with staple pieces such as jeans and cottons.
The Scandal star wowed the crowd with her glamorous metallic gown on the red carpet.
This beauty looks so chic in her metallic daytime suit!
In true Kardashian style, Khloe is a stunner in this teal bodycon dress.
The English songbird opts for a stunning metallic pink blazer.
Goes for gold in a stand-out metallic bomber.
She may be an award-winning actress who is usually spotted all dolled up, but Viola sure has some ‘swag’ in those trendy gold shoes.