There’s really no other piece that screams more like a party than sequin dresses and outfits. While we agree that they look incredibly chic and glamorous but you can easily go wrong with this piece which can make you grab attention for all the wrong reasons. Back then we were kids, it was way too easier to get your way around with sequin number as there was nobody to judge you for your fashion choice but now that we have fully grown into mature adults, we cannot take that risk again until we are certain of that piece or confident about our styling skills. It doesn’t take much to get your way around with sequin numbers. And if you have got your styling skills on point then there’s no way in the world that you can’t rock your sequin pieces beyond the parties and celebrations.
One wrong move and you can end up looking tacky as anything because of either your poor dress/outfit choice or lack of styling skills. And to prevent that disaster from happening, we have listed some dos and don’ts that you ought to follow whenever you wear sequin numbers during daytime.
Do tone down your daytime sequined looks
As much as you would love to go all out with your sequined numbers, keeping things simple for the day time look would possibly be the wisest thing you can do. Sequins instantly call for attention and too much of bling is only going to attract extra attention which is not necessary during day time. And toning down the sequined look can get a little hard sometimes but it’s definitely not impossible to achieve. You can wear sequins during day time but make sure to wear them sparingly, meaning that no blingy accessory, no bold patterns, and texture, no loud makeup can become a part of your day time sequined look. Let your sequin number do all the talking and be it the only statement piece in your ensemble.
Do pair it with denim
There’s no other piece in our wardrobe that looks as casual and chic as denim articles. And the combination of denim and sequins can never possibly go wrong unless you seriously lack those styling skills. Whether it’s a sequin top or jacket that’s calling out to you or it’s your favorite sequined skirt that’s waiting to be worn to a party, either way, you can totally rock these pieces any time or any day you want beyond just the party looks. By pairing it with denim, you can easily give your outfit a very relaxed, casual, and laid-back feel whilst still exuding that little glam. For your sequined tops, you can consider pairing it with cut-offs to give it a different edge and as for your sequined skirt, a tucked-in chambray shirt would totally work.
Do keep things in balance
Sequins hold amazing power to completely overwhelm your whole look and that’s not what you wish to happen with your day time look. The key is to keep things in balance and you can start by using elements in your outfit that can help to provide a casual vibe to the outfit. You don’t want to make yourself seem like you’re heading to the club which is why you have to try keeping things as balanced as you can. For instance, if you’re wearing a sequined jacket then you can easily balance things up by pairing it with a jean and sneakers.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with patterns
While mixing patterns with sequins can be a little daunting thing to do, but as long as you are doing things the right way, you shouldn’t be afraid of wearing patterns with sequins. The key to making this styling trick work effectively is to keep the size of patterns considerably small so that things look in balance and it doesn’t look like the two of them are trying to compete with each other for their bold looks.
Don’t pair with dark colors
You can keep those dark colors for the nighttime look, but for the day time, you cannot pair your sequined number with dark colors. The objective is to make your sequin outfit look as day appropriate as you can and which is why you need to steer clear of any dark color such as black and navy. Instead, you can team up your sequin numbers with colors like taupe, beige, baby pink, powder blue, etc. to make things look more day friendly.