How To: Wear Embroidery

21st Mar 2017 / By Guest Contributor

Embroidery is weaving its way into everyone’s wardrobe this season. This stitch technique made its first come-back in the 40’s with intricate stitching across A-line dresses, and experienced a boho revival spear-headed by Christian Dior in the late 60s and early 70s.

As you know, history tends to repeat itself, and that’s no different with fashion. Our JustFab personal stylists are here to show you how to implement embroidery into your current wardrobe and make it work with pieces you already own and love.

Look: Gorgeous in Grey

Stylist Tip #1: Go Glam

No need to dress in embroidery from H2T (head to toe). Add embroidery as a finishing touch to give your look a little glam and texture. This embroidered clutch with pom-poms and tassels will add a pop of color and a punch of fun to any outfit. To take this look from work to weekend, add a statement necklace and you’re good to go!

Styled By Leslie F., Insta: @MuseElle


Look: Crochet Peasant Blouse, Embroidered Slim Boyfriend

Stylist Tip #2: Easy, Breezy Boho

Channel a boho vibe when you mix and match textures. This floral blouse would pair perfectly with floral embroidered denim for an eye-catching style you’ll wanna spend every weekend in!

Styled By Whitney S.

Look: Statement Jacket, Jacquard A-Line Skirt, Janelle Heels

Stylist Tip #3: H2T Luxury

Dare to make an entrance with this print-on-print look. Our most-liked Jacquard skirt looks amazing paired with the matching Statement Jacket. This fashion-forward style is perfect for a day at the office or Sunday brunch. You can also dress down each piece as a separate to add a luxe touch to  casual ensembles. Honestly, our JustFab Personal Stylists have a hard time taking this set off at all!

Styled By Janea M., Insta:

Look: Black On Black On Black

Stylist Tip #4: Step It Up

Step up your look with an embroidered bootie for an effortlessly chic style.  All black everything is always an easy grab-and-go strategy, and this embroidered bootie adds an element of surprise to any look. We’d wear this casual chic outfit to brunch with friends or dress it up with a blazer for work!

Styled By Janelle C., Insta: @janelleco


Ready to work this trend into your wardrobe? Show us your #JustFabStyle!

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