The metallic trend is here to stay. Here are our top tips to make it work for you!
We’ve seen celebs such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Sienna Miller wear metallics and rock this trend. Now you can easily recreate this look on the high street, but be careful not to go overboard on metallics, this isn’t a trend to be worn top-to-toe.
A pleated midi skirt is great for hiding a multitude of sins. If you are not a fan of your thighs, or you want to disguise big hips try this foil effect pleated midi skirt from Topshop. Team with a fine knit jumper and a pair of boyish brogues.
Team a metallic t-shirt with a pair of slim fit jeans and trainers for a relaxed off-duty look. This v neck silver t-shirt from Oasis has slightly longer sleeves to cover your arms and a nice deep v, showing just the right amount of cleavage.
If your heading out for cocktails with the girls, you can also dress up this metallic top with smart trousers, killer heels and a statement clutch bag.
Inject a futuristic vibe into your wardrobe with this metallic effect biker jacket. Currently on sale at a bargain price of £19.50 this is one to snap up quickly! If your already thinking ahead into the upcoming party season, this would make a great cover up over that LBD.
One of the easiest ways of incorporating this trend into your current wardrobe is to start with the accessories. Metallic shoes are a huge trend this season – with rose gold being the go-to colour. We love these strappy pointed heels from ASOS
If your not a fan of heels or fancy something more subtle for during the day, there are plenty of flats to choose from. Try these gold pointed pumps from John Lewis.
Add a touch of metallic chic with a classic style watch. Don’t be afraid to splash the cash and invest on a designer watch – it’s something you can wear over and over again.