This trend may not be for everyone, but introducing satin into your wardrobe this season can be done casually. I am here to show you how I like to wear and style the dress made of this soft–touch fabric. Far from being just for evening wear this fabric has made a return for the everyday looks. Instead of wearing this kind of dresses alone, now you can style them under cozy knits, over turtlenecks, and even layered over your pants if you want to create more dramatic look (since I‘m not a drama kind of person you won‘t see this look). Amazing, right?
Actually a dress/skirt and chunky jumper combo is exactly what I would like to wear to work each day. And let’s not even talk about the way it feels against your skin. Clearly you can’t blame a girl for wanting to wear satin all day every day. Silks look expensive, but that’s because they usually are. You can get the effect with satin just make sure you choose a more matte finish, as overly shiny satins look cheaper.