How to Wear the Embroidered Trend

While sequins may rule the dance floor and beading may have overtaken runway shows, embroidery can make everything look just lovely. It’s no surprise that embroidery, in all colors and patterns, has emerged as a huge trend as it allows us to indulge in embellishments without being forced into day or night dressing. Wondering how to partake on the growing trend? Keep on reading of our styling tricks.

Embroidered Accessories

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One of the creative ways to rock the trend is wearing embroidered accessories with your typical outfit. You may think of an embroidered wide-brimmed hat to wear with your crop top and maxi skirt or an embroidered bag with your chic outfit. Wearing a pair of embroidered sandals with your casual sweater and skirt also looks artistic and trendy without looking overdone on your street looks. Embroidered accessories are great for spicing up your outfit, especially if you’re a fan of solid neutral pieces, as they give some dimension and pop of color at the same time.

Embroidered Denim

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Wearing embroidered denim on your casual street style makes your outfit effortlessly cool and trendy. Trade those distressed, frayed, and faded jeans into a pair of embroidered jeans that will refresh your casual style instantly. Like Zanita Whittington, think of pairing your embroidered jeans with a striped button-down shirt and snakeskin print sandals that looks laid back cut chic.

Embroidered Dresses

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Generally, a Bohemian must-have staple, embroidered dress instantly gives off a carefree, earthy, and wild vibe. However, if you’re not a fan of bohemian fashion, skip those earthy shades of brown, camel, rust, orange, and such as well as suede and velvet fabrics that scream bohemian. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, go colorful with an embroidered dress with the hints of cheery shades of purple, red, green, blue, white, black, and even metallic silver, which makes your style modern and unexpected.

Embroidered Tops

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Embroidered tops, particularly peasant blouses, convey a native, traditional, and even bohemian feel. However, if you wish for a modern look, go for unexpectedly embroidered tops in sheer fabrics that look a bit daring and sexy like Micah Gianneli wore. Embroidered sweaters can also be great especially if it features novelty, classic, quirky, or animal print pattern.

Embroidered Bottoms

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Embroidered skirts and pants are great for adding some volume to your hips while giving you an interesting look. Like fashion blogger Annabelle Fleur, wear your embroidered pants with a plain button-down shirt and metallic silver pumps to bring out the best of your embroidered piece. You may also avoid mixing your embroidered piece with printed, brightly-colored, and eye-catching pieces to avoid overshadowing your artistic piece.

Embroidered Outerwear

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If you’re not certain how to wear the embroidered trend while keeping your pieces versatile, then simply top your outfit with embroidered jacket, coat, blazer, or cardigan. This way, you’ll give life and artistic touch to your outfits whether you’re heading for a casual walk on the streets or going to the formal party.

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