|sequin top: target // chambray: target // booties: forever 21 (similar) // bracelets: target & c/o hello fab // bag: c/o lily jade|
I’m such a sucker for the oxblood trend, and this leather skirt in that color is absolutely perfect. It creates such a fabulous combination of textures when it’s paired with the sequin top — it’s a little edgy, a little feminine, a little over the top, but still so simple. Plus, since the leather skirt is fairly thick, there’s no awkward bulging around my waist when I tuck in the sequin top — win.
|sequin top: target // skirt: c/o lulu*s // heels: kohls (similar) // clutch: c/o single thread boutique|
I love a good juxtaposition, and pairing this sequin top with a casual utility vest does just that. I added a pair of leopard pumps for a fun pop of pattern, and then kept the rest of the outfit pretty simple.
|sequin top: target // vest: DIY (similar, similar) // jeans: american eagle // heels: c/o sole society // bag: c/o oasap // cuff: c/o inpink|
I’ve seen a lot of people pair sequins with a pair of boyfriend jeans, so I had to try it out. I love the contrast of the distressed denim with the fancy sequins. I added a clutch, some gold arm candy, and a pair of killer black heels to complete the look — perfect for date night with your boyfriend (although I’m pretty sure all boyfriends actually hate boyfriend jeans).
|sequin top: target // jeans: c/o lulu*s // clutch: c/o windsor // heels: kohls (similar) // bracelet: c/o hello fab|
The key to wearing monochromatic and not making it totally boring and flat is to play with different textures. The sequin shirt is perfect for this since it’s a fantastic textured piece. I added a leather jacket to add some contrasting texture, as well as a pair of suede booties.
|jacket: c/o choies // sequin top: target // jeans: h&m // booties: c/o sole society // sunglasses: c/o sunglasses shop|