Written by Kathryn Andes
Fashion trends such as sheer sequin blouses, crystal netting mini dresses, metallic handbags, shimmery crop tops and even chrome manicures are everywhere you look right now. Whether it be on the runway, your favorite Instagram influencers or in the beauty community everyone seems to love the added glamour. We’ve even spotted our favorite celebrities such as Hailey Bieber, Dua Lipa, and Bella Hadid sporting the throwback 80’s and 90’s glitter trend.
Glitter, sparkles, sequins, crystals, and shimmery fabrics have not only been circulating the fashion community but everywhere in the media. Thanks to shows like Euphoria, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Gossip Girl (2021), and Glow, dramatic glitter looks are coming back in style, but not in the material girl way you’re used to seeing. Think sheer shimmery dresses, head to toe sequin jumpsuits, jeweled skirts, metallic corsets, and of course a dramatic eye makeup looks and highlighter to match.
From the red carpet to street stylers this trend is here to stay for 2022, and we’re expecting even more glitz and glam in 2023, specifically in standout colors like Barbie pink, cobalt blue, plum purple, and saturated green.
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We love these looks from Nicole Kidman, Olivia Rodrigo, and Sandra Oh. In addition to colorful head turning ensembles we’re excited to see classic sequin colors such as silver, gold, gray, black and gunmetal have their moment to shine.
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Not only are we obsessed with the glitter trend in bright colors and monochrome looks too- but we are fangirling over this Chanel look on Anna Wintour from the 2022 Met Gala. She wore the glitter trend with feathers, sheer netting, and of course a Tiara to match her queen energy.
These style moguls are taking over the fashion world whether it be a deep v-neck black sequin dress on Bella Hadid, or a jeweled sheer skirt on Zendaya one thing is for sure, glitter is back and here to stay.
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