Fab Brights and Hints of Luster: 4 Ways to Wear Brights and Metallics

16th May 2013 / By Guest Contributor

Spring and summer are the best time to infuse your look with a little fun and excitement! Two trends we’re currently loving are sorbet brights and metallics. Why not update your spring/summer wardrobe with the simple addition of bright and metallic accessories? Here are four looks you can easily recreate. Prepare to turn heads!

Spring/Summer Outfits: 4 Ways to Wear Brights and Metallics

Spring/Summer Outfits: 4 Ways to Wear Brights and Metallics

Look 1: Embody warm weather elegance! Whether you’re headed to a garden party or wedding, this look will go the distance! Opt for a chic dress in a bright color and/or appealing pattern and complete the look with metallic accessories. This outfit features the Nightlife clutch, glam Lorient sandals and Rule of Three  stud earrings.

Look 2: Get glam! Whether you’re hanging with the girls, on a date or checking out a roof-top party, reach for this feminine-yet-on-trend ensemble! Make a colorful skater skirt your centerpiece and reach for a simple blouse, we opted for one with a hint of sheen. Complete the look with a statement necklace like Pop Culture and the stylish Bel Air cap toe pumps.

Look 3: Take casual-chic to a new level! Wear a basic black camisole with fun patterned shorts. Show off your personality with a metallic handbag like Metropolis, simple necklace like Here to Eternity, and a neutral, with hints of metallic, wedge like Monterey.

Look 4: A new spin on classics! This office or afternoon look features classic wardrobe pieces with a fashionable twist! We love the idea of a timeless trouser in a lively spring/summer color, plus a white blouse with laser cutout details. Bring the look together with the glossy Astoria flats, Camden Town clutch and super fun Candy Girl necklace. If laser cutouts and bright pants aren’t your cup of tea, simply swap out for a fresh spring blouse and lightweight spring pants.

Which look would you try? How do you style brights and metallics?

-Gary B.



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