LAYERING A METALLIC WRAP DRESS
Hello dear readers, fellow bloggers and/or new/old visitors to my blog! Today we'll talk about layering and styling a metallic (gold) dress. Yesterday I showed you how I layered a pink vintage dress for late Summer/early Autumn. Today I'll show you how to layer and style a wrap metallic dress. Talking about layering and transitional fashion is one of my favourite things. I simply adore thinking about different ways to style an item. When it comes to fashion content on my blog, this is possibly my favourite topic. There's something so fun about thinking about different ways to wear an item. It's extra interesting if there's a challenge of some kind. Not that styling metallic dresses needs to be challenging. Some peple might find metallic items to be a bit 'flashy', but in that case, you can just opt for metallic details. Even if you go for a statement metallic dress, there are ways to dress it down. In fact, there are quite simple and practical ways to do it, for example layering. Choosing the right kind of shoe can make all the difference. Dressier shoes are perfect to turn your metallic dress into a flirty date or a chic special occasion outfit, while a pair of flat or biker boots might be all you need to dress it down and make it perfect for everyday wear. Now, that Autumn is ante portas, layering will only get easier. Summer is still here, but the weather is getting cooler. In some parts, it's already a bit cold. So, now it is the perfect time to think about how you can transition your metallic, glitter or gold summer clothing items.
Here is an outfit I wore to a wedding party a few years ago. There is nothing easier than dressing up a metallic dress, just grab a clutch and a pair of heels and you're ready to go. Metallic and sequin dresses are a great choice for weddings, especially those of formal kinds. Sometimes a bit of bling and glitter goes a long way and (depending on the occasion) sometimes it's the more the better.
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A METALLIC WRAP DRESS IS AN ITEM THAT COMES IN HANDY!- My conclusion of the day would be that a metallic dress can be more versatile and practical than it seems. Metallic items can be quite comfortable. It's just a matter of finding the right material and fit. Once you find that, the styling part shouldn't be that hard. There are ways to dress metallic down and make it more appropriate for every day. On its own, a metallic dress can be such a statement piece. You can accessorize it to make it ever more eye-catchy. Alternatively, you can wear it without any accessories to make it stand out on its own. There are many ways to wear it. Long story short, if you want a metallic dress, go for it. I'm really happy with this one. It doesn't need ironing. I'm sorry I don't know anything about what is written on the label, not sure is it branded at all. I bought this dress from a local outlet store called Azel France (and as I said, it cost me was only 2 euros). If it was branded, I would definitely go recommending the brand, this way I can only mention the outlet store I bought it in (an outlet store from BIH). With that, we have come to the end of this post. Now, tell me do you like metallic items? How do you prefer to see them styled? Do you wear metallic items yourselves?
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