Sparkle Is The New Black In Wardrobe
My head turns every time I see even a little bit of sparkle! You can just imagine how excited I get when I see a full cardigan or dress completely embellished in sequins! Today’s post is all about the amazing-ness of sequins, sparkles, glitter, and jewels!
Thank God nowadays it’s okay to be older than 6 and be totally into this trend. You don’t have to wait for the next disco party to shine like crazy, ’cause right now, glitters are everywhere. Leather or glittering leggings, shiny skirts, sequins … you name it, we have it. There’s no excuse for dull clothing this summer.
Other than sparkle another of my weakness is wearing black. Somehow black makes you look slim (without actually being so ;-)) black is a powerful and elegant colour.
It is used everywhere from Black ink which is used for printing books, newspapers, and documents, as it provides the highest contrast with white paper and thus the easiest color to read to black text on a white screen which is the most common format used on computer screens.
Then why should black stay away from our wardrobe! Lots of blacks thrown in with a little of glitter or sparkle may now not be reserved for a New Year bash party. It’s the most in thing now with all the celebrities donning it at parties and award function.
What people won’t do to get the spotlight on them… from tuxedos to suits to flowing gowns with long slits and black fur. The fashion statement is now changing. Sparkle is the new black in today’s scenario.
How to complete the look? Well, there are so many ways…
- You can use sparkle element as an accent on black -a pocket or a jacket lapel.
- Opt for a shirt with shiny cuff detailing.
- Complete your look with a pair of shine on shoes.
- Add a pair of rockstar shade on your eyes for a cool dude finish.
- While wearing a metallic jacket tea it up with a white T-shirt.
- Ease out a metallic separate with denim and sneakers.
The list is never-ending. All you have to do is let your creative imagination lose and bingo you just created a new style statement.
As a stylist, you need to design ways to stand out.