Fashion Fabrics Club breaks down four uncommonly cool ways to add a little sparkle and shine to your look—for this weekend’s NYE celebrations and well into the New Year.

Sequin SweatshirtSequin Sweatshirt

Sweatshirts don’t immediately come to mind when sequins are mentioned, but it’s the unexpectedness of the pairing that gives it such an allure. Added bonus: it’s even easier to style than your favorite sweatshirt; not only does it go perfectly with denim (tailored to distressed) but it’s also a great partner with dressed up pieces like a pleated accordion skirt.

Velvet Bomber JacketVelvet Bomber Jacket

The men’s-inspired bomber jacket is perfect (and obvious) in leather, but in a luxe fabric with a slight sheen like the ever-popular velvet it takes it to a whole new, and super feminine, place. Try it in a crushed velvet to heighten the lights-and-darks effect for extra sheen, and added visual dimension.

Satin Trench CoatSatin Trench Coat

Most commonly found in a neutral shade of strong twill, in satin, the conventional trench coat gets a whole new, totally of-the-moment look. If you really want to play up the celebratory New Year’s angle, opt for a gold or silver shade—these metallic hues act as neutrals, so you can pair them with nearly everything.

Sparkly Tulle SkirtSparkly Tulle Skirt

The season’s tulle skirts have been mostly plain in color but a sparkly tulle is a total game changer. There’s just enough sparkle to add shimmer without going overboard, especially when cut into ruffley layers in a mini length like this one that’s perfectly paired with a slouchy knitted sweater.

December 29, 2016 — Shopify API