Hello hello, how have you all been. This post is about how not to get Over The Top with Metallic hues. As you know I mostly style myself on a whim don’t really like to plan a lot because I love how I manage to put together some fun stuff that may not happen if I plan it too much. Sometimes just because I don’t have time to iron a already ironed but crumpled shirt I manage to wear a totally random top with another random skirt and voila I suddenly have an entirely different outfit .
In my interactions with a lot of women I Style Coach I have figured that a lot them aren’t too comfortable adding metallic hues thinking it gets too much ….well if everything is all metallic one may look like a disco ball but a dash of it can add instant glamour to your outfit.
You might want to go easy on blingy accessories while wearing metallic hued clothes. The idea is to not to add more shine or weight to the look, let the metallic shine like literally …. let me show you how I wore a metallic top and yeah I wasn’t going for a night out….but you could most definitely replicate the look easily from day to night …. I Paired it with my favourite high waisted wide legged flowy pants and to put the look together I wore a belt….Like I always say say there is no problem that a belt can’t solve ….hahhahhhha….my absolute favourite accessory any day is a belt….!!!!
I finished the styling with brand new favourite black block heels from one of my favourite shoe brand and rose tinted sunglasses ….I guess this instantly took my look to the 70’s…. one of the most fashionable fashion decades…..
Top : KAZO
Pants : Forever 21
Footwear : Charles & Keith
Sunnies : Opium
Belt : Sisley