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Get Glossy in Vinyl!

Get Glossy in Vinyl!

Let this shiny material be the next addition to your 2014 wardrobe

January 10, 2014


Question: what is every girls fashion New Years resolution? 9 times out of 10: to be bolder, sexier and make a statement. So, since you are all about the new, how about trying the vinyl trend? Whether patent leather, PVC, plastic or vinyl, the glossy material is a hit on the style scene. Just take note from Rihanna, Ciara or Beyoncé who have all shined in the sleek look. 

Scroll through our favorite picks for your easy to wear vinyl fashion options. 

H&M Glossy Skirt $59.99

Paired it with a fuzzy knit sweater this soft pink full circle style is so ladylike and chic.

Missguided Full Midi Skirt $36.42
There is nothing more timeless than an A-line skirt.  Up the ante in your closet by trying the style in vinyl for a modern spin on the staple.

Missguided Pencil Skirt $36.42
The pastel blue color is the perfect way to minimize the bold appeal of the vinyl. Styled with a loose fit blouse and nude heels for a sexy and sophisticated look  

Nasty Gal Shoe Cult Strut Cutout Bootie $120
Step in to the trend gradually with these faux patent leather and clear vinyl booties. They’ll look great with everything from denim to dresses and might just become your go to long after the trend dulls.

Nasty Gal Skater Skirt $88
Go bold or go home with this patent skater skirt- prefect for the fashionista that wants to make a statement when she steps out.

Natasha Couture Patent Box Clutch $19.20
Scared to commit to the shiny trend? Try any one of these cute clutches to liven up your look and inch your way towards new style

Top Shop Vinyl Gloves $24.00
Don’t conceal you new look under those winter layers.  Accessorize in style with these gloves that are sure to make others notice and “where did you get those?”

Zara Shiny Jacket with Lining $59.99
Stay cute in the cold with this shiny topcoat.  It takes winter warmth to the next level + you’ll stand out in a sea of boring puff coats and frumpy wools. 

-Kela Walker



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