Satin is one of my favorite fabrics that is trending now for spring fashion! This delicate, high-shine fabric can, however, be tricky to work with if you’re going for a casual vibe. Satin is so versatile though, that once you start wearing this smooth texture day or night, you will be obsessed as much as I am!
The number one thing to remember is to mix satin with a textured fabric. This can be done with tattered denim, as I have done above. Contrast is your key tip here. You can top off a slip dress with a denim jacket and sneakers. A satin camisole looks amazing with a chunky cardigan worn as a topper, seen in this post! When you mix the fabric textures up, satin becomes more practical and less fancy. Don’t you just love a versatile piece in your closet, that you can wear dressy or casual though!
A satin blazer (my heart just skipped a beat!) over a t-shirt and destroyed denim and sneakers elevates your daily look. Swap out the sneakers for heels for night!
A slip dress with a t-shirt under is a huge 90’s trend back for spring also. You can also achieve this look with a lace blouse under also, see here, or a bell sleeve blouse, here, is also a perfect option!
I love how a long satin midi skirt with a t-shirt and sneakers screams casual elegance!
If you grab one item in satin, I would say a satin bomber would be the perfect piece to start with! Top off denim to summer dresses and everything in between, perfection!
We have shopped some of our favorite pieces below. There is such a difference with real satin, it’s worth the investment! You will want to wear a quality garment over and over for years!
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Photography by: Cathy Suno
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I’m wearing in this post: Top // Jeans // Sneakers // Bag // Earrings // Bracelet // Ring
Bomber, Blazers and Pants
Slip Dresses and Camisoles