Satin: It’s just one of those pieces that may sound intimidating, but in all reality can be the most effortless and easy piece to style in our closets. Today I’m sharing 5 styling tips on how to wear satin in Fall and Winter, along with some gorgeous satin pieces.
These pictures were taken during New York Fashion week, but with all of the prep for the holiday gift guides I didn’t have a chance to post them yet! To be honest that usually works out better because spoiler alert: this top is now on sale! I just love the combination of the pants and top. One of my favorite meetings from fashion week was Julie Vos. The lovely Julie Vos gifted me this stunning coin necklace, and I have been so in love with it ever since. I love that it will always remind me of my trip to NYFW!
How to Wear Satin in the Fall & Winter:
#1 Create some Separation.
The last thing you want is to look like you rolled out of bed in your satin pajamas. This is why it’s important to create some sort of division within your satin look. If you are looking to create a head to toe satin look, be sure to find pieces that are somewhat tailored and show a true beginning and end. Too much flow with this type of outfit can be questionable. This top goes perfectly with the pants because it is slightly cropped, hitting at the perfect spot. Since satin can be one of those fabrics that slides around, bodysuits are also a great option!
SHOP MY FAVORITE SATIN BLOUSES:
#2 Let it Flow.
That being said, if you’re looking for an effortless satin look that is a little more casual opt for high rise jeans with a loose satin button down top. A slightly oversized silk button-down can be a great piece in your wardrobe. I love the idea of unbuttoning the bottom button on your top and tucking in just one side of the shirt while letting the other side hang out!
#3 Don’t Skip the Details.
Satin is one of those textures that looks so amazing next to other feminine textures like lace or velvet. Wear a lace bralette, bodysuit, or cami underneath and unbutton a few buttons. Speaking of details, pair your satin with other pieces like pearls or long necklaces, just make sure you are choosing pieces that won’t snag your satin.
SHOP MY FAVORITE SATIN BRALETTES:
When I think about how to wear satin, one of the first things that pops in my head is a beautiful satin cami with a long line blazer.
#5 Satin Slip Dresses.
Pop a leather jacket or cropped sweater over a slip dress.