Metallic Skirt – Max & Co.(similar here & here)
Silk Top – Jadicted
Faux Fur Jacket – Steffen Schraut (same one in black here)
Metallic Heels – Gianvito Rossi
Sunglasses – Céline
Clutch – Alexander McQueen
Ready for some heavy metals? I don’t know what you think about the metallic fashion trend, but I adore it. Clothes, accessories, or details… The shinier the better. For the New York Fashion Week I dressed up with a metallic skirt by Max & Co. The ankle-length piece of clothing is pleated and colored in a shade of gold. It feels very pleasant next to the skin due to its lightness and the great fabric. The look of the skirt is glamorous but at the same time edgy. Therefor there are different ways to style this piece of clothing, as it is so diverse. I personally like to wear it in a more elegant way, but you can also wear it more casually with sneakers and a sweatshirt.
It is easy to overstate and to ruin the look, so be careful. I advise to wear metallic pieces with simple styles and colors like black, white, or grey. Don’t mix too many shiny pieces at the same time. Pair it with a simple white shirt, as for example my silk top with spaghetti straps by Jadicted, and you can wear the look by day or night.
The simple cut matches the shape of the skirt really well.
Additionally I wore my absolute favourite fake fur jacket by Steffen Schraut. It is an eyecatcher, but not too overstated for the rest of the outfit because of the slim fit. And I love the combination of gold and white. To accentuate the accessories without detracting the attention from the skirt I chose a noticeable red colour but small pieces. My (also shiny) Gianvito Rossi heels and the union jack clutch by Alexander McQueen go very well with the metallic look. And the classic sunglasses by Céline are always great for every occasion and every look.
It doesn’t matter whether you wear metallic accessories or clothes; this trend is adaptable for everyone. What do you like better – smaller accessories or flashy clothes? How far would you go?