Metallic Garments Aren’t Just For Halloween Costumes: Here’s How To Style These Statement Pieces And Incorporate Them Into Your Everyday Wardrobe

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Do you own any pieces of metallic clothing? I know you may think metallic clothes are a thing of the past, and you’d only keep a pair of metallic pants or a metallic dress on hand if you wanted to be an alien for Halloween. However, when styled properly, metallic clothes can look great and be incorporated into your everyday wardrobe.

If you have a few metallic pieces in your closet and want to start wearing them more often, here are some styling tips for you!

First, when choosing the metallic piece of clothing or accessory you want to wear, let that be the only metallic shade you wear.

For instance, if you want to wear a gold metallic skirt, avoid wearing silver jewelry or a bag with silver buckles.

Too many metallic colors in one look can be a bit overkill and may make you feel like a robot. Stick with one metallic hue per outfit, and you’ll be on your way!

Another tip is to think of your metallic pieces as solid neutrals. For instance, you can pair silver, gold, or rose-colored metallic pieces with so many neutral colors like black, beige, grey, and white. So, if you need something to pair with your favorite neutral pieces, reach for anything metallic.

If you want to start by slowly dipping your toe into the world of metallic pieces, start with accessories.

Adding a metallic purse, pair of shoes, scarf, etc., to one of your more neutral go-to outfits is a great idea.

Then, to level up your metallic game, start with one simple piece of clothing. After all, pieces like metallic tops, pants, jackets, skirts, etc., can make quite the statement. One of my favorite pieces of metallic clothing is a great metallic skirt.

MaxFrost – – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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