If athleisure is the 2020 norm, consider sequins the daring counter-culture. Back away from your Lululemons for a night and adorn something breathtaking. What better way is there to break a fashion rut than a look fit for the Emmys, the runway and my year 3 school disco. So many high-fashion events have been digitised and are being brought into our homes through our screens. We’ve curated looks to help you wholeheartedly join the party. These dazzling numbers are sure to put a spring in your step and leave you dancing around your living room until way after the sunsets.
I know you didn’t beg your mum to let you pierce your ears so you could wear basic sleepers every day. Retire the studs once a week and go for something worthy of the family feud. As Matthew McConaughey’s advised in the killer 2003 flick ‘How to lose a guy in ten days’—ice yourself. Citizens are wearing big and bold earrings that range from elegant to extra to outrageous. We’ve put together a selection to help you figure out where your inner glamour-puss fits. Reawaken the dangly giant; best paired with candlelight, a homemade cheese board and an Aperol Spritz.
Perhaps it’s just us, but isn’t getting ready the best part of going out anyway? If you’re stuck at home, it may have been a while since you heard the thrilling clip-clop of a pair of heels. There’s something truly powerful about knowing people can hear you enter a room while you’re still halfway down the hallway. Mules, the classic backless shoe, have been coming in and out of trend since the French socialites of the 1600s. The elegant style is the perfect way to tip your beret and tap your toes to the endless tradition of fashion. Below is a modern list of options suitable for dancing around the kitchen and flicking off after one too many glasses of champagne.