I love love love sequins at Christmas. The sequins on this skirt is small and my preference when it comes to garments with sequins. In my opinion, small sequins tends to look more expensive and gives a glimmer, without being over powering with sparkle. This skirt is just so much fun to wear. I know that sequins can seem hard to wear for multiple reasons, but I'm here to show you the different ways I would wear them. Generally, the way to wear sequins is very glamorously. I figured I would use a one-piece-three-ways format to show some gorgeous pieces from Torrid. We have:
Lace Sequins - For those of you that just can't take keeping that tummy in this season. It's a little flashy, a little sexy, and a lot of fun. If you still want to wear this style, but feel like you want to cover up, then add a camisole underneath this lace crop. Either way, it's still fabulous.
Glam Sequins - A lot of women have messaged me for places to find formal looks. You don't necessarily have to go out and buy an expensive gown to get the formal gown look. This look combines a corset-looking top with a sequins skirt and belt, but looks like one piece and would fit right in at any Christmas ball you might attend. Glam it up with statement jewelry and gloves to complete the look.
Casual Sequins - Put your sequins to some good use by getting some day wear out of them. Pairing with a cute tee puts a casual spin on an otherwise nighttime piece. Add in more holiday fun to the look by adding in Torrid's glitter polish over the color you already have on. It's super fun on holiday colors like red, wine, or wear it by itself. Everything is more festive with gold glitter on your fingers.
Style Notes: I'm 5'9, so you can see how long the skirt is on me. I do wish it was a little longer and I think it would be perfect on girls 5'7 and under, if you want the skirt to hit the floor. I got this skirt in a size 20. The skirt and the lining do have stretch for an easy fit. I thought the lace top ran a little big, so I would size down if you want more of a cropped look.
The post is sponsored by Torrid, all opinions and sparkles are my own.