Good News! All That Glitters Isn't Just For Going Out Anymore

Recently, street style has been having a shining moment with the integration of glitzy pieces. As we all know, fashion rules have been out of style for a long time, and the ban on glitter during the day is no exception. From glittery boots to lamé dresses, sparking in the sun makes a major statement—and it’s time you brought your best bright details to campus.

Wearing sequins, velvet, and silk in the everyday is an updated take on 2000s socialite chic. Take those Carrie Bradshaw vibes to campus by borrowing from these Style Gurus on how-to style these pieces for daytime. Making these pieces work for school is as simple as letting the sparkle shine by offsetting these statement pieces with more casual pieces. Who said you can’t do both?

1—Bomber jackets are an easy-to-find trend piece, and there are so many out there with fun patterns and textures. Try adding a bedazzled piece to your wardrobe to add intrigue to your next jeans and T-shirt look. (Photo via @mmoor)

2—Glitter boots have been cropping up in street style photos, on runways, and on Harry Styles for years now. Even the most delicate pieces can be vamped up with a pair of shiny kicks—contrast them with flow and florals for a decadent look. (Photo via @colorfulandvivacious)

3—The slip dress trend has been holding strong for a little over a year now, so it’s time to take it to the next level. This Fashionista’s iridescent slip is perfect for a night out, but the denim jacket and half-up hairstyle makes it wearable for campus, too! (Photo via @gisele_milan)

4—Decorating jean jackets with pins and patches has been everywhere recently, but adding sequins to this classic wardrobe staple makes it a “best of both worlds” piece. Pair it with a plain white T-shirt and a black skirt to keep your look neutral to let the jacket stand out on its own. (Photo via @mar.elekes)

5—Lamé and glittery midi skirts are everywhere for this spring; pair yours with a tough leather jacket and combat boots to contrast that sparkle. (Photo via @kaycaden)