10 Holographic Items You Need To Squeeze Into Your Closet ASAP
The ’90s fever is in full swing and often times, some trends from that era get recycled frequently from time to time. (Think about the grunge revival in 2006!) Among all the the trends of the ’90s, the one thing that we always loved the most is holographic fabric. Iridescent, shiny and pleasing to the eye, its vivid colour shift awakens our senses.
Bringing us back to the days when Romy and Michele turned heads at their high school reunion 21 years ago, the runway takes it to the next level. From Balmain to Sies Marjan, these designers tantalise our eyes with opalescent finishes on garments. Whether it’s a floor-grazing coat or a modest midi dress, we can’t resist the idea of rocking the holographic trend. Here are the top 10 products to add to your closet:
Sies Marjan Robin Lenticular Fabric Mules
Style these mules with a pair of high-waisted jeans, camera bag and a cropped sweater for a coffee-friendly look.
Sies Marjan Robin Lenticular Fabric Mules, $813.30 at Barneys
Is there anything out of the ordinary that this cult brand doesn’t do? Apart from their infamous anatomy-inspired bikini top, Namilia offers us a tamer design from their collection. Part motocross pants, part assless chaps, these vegan leather trousers look amazing with a simple black bodysuit and pointy toe heels.
Namilia Motocross Panty Trousers, €171.00 at Namilia
We are not kidding you: Gucci just dropped a pair of sunnies inspired by the novelty party favours that you used to collect when you were a child. As one of the bestselling under the radar cult items, style it with a topknot, turtleneck top, ballet flats and black capris for a classic update on the Audrey Hepburn look.
Gucci Urban Web Block Sunglasses, US $435 at Shopbop