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How to be the Queen of sheen

The shiny look has never appealed to me, I think it's easy to make an outfit look cheap and tacky when you're wearing a top that looks like it's made out of foil. The best way to wear them is understated. A metallic clutch paired with a relatively minimalist outfit is ideal. However, there are plenty of pieces you can wear that are subtle yet flattering and feminine. The iridescent, metallic fabrics were a big hit on the catwalks, seen at Burberry, Jonathan Saunders and Mary Katrantzou among others.
Giorgio Armani Prive - photo by GoRunway
Valentino - photo by GoRunway
Burberry Prorsum - photo
Mary Katrantzou - photo by GoRunway
I've found some of the best pieces you can buy now

Clockwise from top left:
Gold top - Esteban Cortazar £180
Blue stilettos - Jimmy Choo £595
Clutch - Mulberry £650
Silver Stilettos - ASOS £45
Clutch - Michael Michael Kors £185
Trousers - J. Crew £150
Over-the-shoulder bag - Burberry Prorsum £550
T-shirt - Markus Lupfer £190
Playsuit - Topshop £55
Vest top - Maison Martin Margiela MM6 £158
T-shirt - River Island £22

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