Casual Friday/Leftover Sparkle Pt. 1

TGIF everyone!

Now that the holidays are over, I’m faced with the dilemma of what  to do with my sequin clothes.   I don’t want to pack my sparkly stuff away just yet so I decided to incorporate them into my everyday wardrobe.  I picked the pencil skirt because it was the  easiest to wear.   To get past the  sequins, I treated  it  like a regular  black skirt.  I wore my denim shirt and v-neck  sweater to make the skirt more casual  (you know I had to have a pop of color!).  I kept my accessories simple with a  chain link necklace and sliver studs in my ears.  I completed my look by wearing opaque tights and pointy toe flats.  Overall I think I did a pretty good job on my first try.  I’m sure there are some things that I could have done differently but in all I’ll give myself a B+ for this assignment!

What would you wear with a sequin skirt?

Have a wonderful weekend!

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Skirt: ASOS Curve

Shirt: Old Navy

Sweater: Old Navy

Necklace: Forever 21

Tights: Lane Bryant

Flats: Truth or Dare by Madonna

17 thoughts on “Casual Friday/Leftover Sparkle Pt. 1

  1. The real question is what WOULDN’T I wear and the answer is, There are no limits! I wear my sequins all year round, anytime of the day…actually that statement is in my blog bio 😉

    Sequins are one of my basics. I wear them as much as I wear black, so sparkle on!

    I love the combining with the great pop of color and don’t forget to add stripes and texture and skin prints, etc.

  2. sparkle makes a day brighter! you look fabulous, i only have 1 sequinned skirt (sad face) but i wear it so much for evenings out, i don’t trust it during daytime and children! mine are a spectacularly messy bunch x

  3. I love this look—work appropriate but fun. I would never have thought to pair such a dressy festive piece this way; it really works.

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