Velvet…A beloved 70’s to 90’s trend that made its way back full circle. Shoes, skirts, outerwear, purses, wearing velvet will make you feel like royalty. Especially during the fall and winter seasons, take advantage of the velvet trend and how to style it to be in the know. Known names in the fashion world have pulled off this specific look to a T. Creating chic outfits is just what you need for a little refresh on your wardrobe, let velvet guide you all the way!
I style my velvet in a black color scheme from head to toe. An off-the-shoulder dress with high-knee boots gives complete coverage that is versatile for day and night. A sophisticated fitted ensemble that you can wear out for multiple occasions.
Dress: Disash, Velvet Choker: Handmade, High-Knee Platform Boots: Nando Muzi, Clutch: Victoria’s Secret
Chiara Feraggni of The Blonde Salad opted for a statement piece and went for a velvet military style jacket. This band look has eye-catching embellishments that go perfectly with an all over solid color dress to layer over.
Jacket: Roberto Cavalli, Dress: Alexander Wang
In a girly Wrap Dress in Blush, Aimee Song never disappoints with her velvet-crushing ensemble. Paired with Velvet High Heel Sandals from Jimmy Choo and decked out in gold accessories this look is ready for an evening out and about. The color tone of the dress is great to wear through any season for a fresh hue.
Dress: Keepsake, Shoes: Jimmy Choo, Watch: Citizen, Necklace: Cartier
A price range you wouldn’t ever thought imaginable with Wendy Nguyen’s outfits are all thanks to Target. Blogger of Wendy’s Look Book shows off street style pairings with a blazer, striped top, pants and a scarf to applaud head to toe in all black. She also pulls off a feminine vibe with a wrap dress accessorized with a belt at the waist and clutch in hand.
Blazer: Target, Top: Target, Pants: Target, Dress: Target
Danielle Berstein of Who What Wear knows how velvet works. Putting forth casual meets chic with a pair of sneakers and a velvet suit, take this look anywhere you go to get some stares in all the right ways. A vintage tee adds to the laidback style while giving it a little mix of rock’n’roll.
Velvet Suit: TopShop, Tee: Vintage, Sneakers: Karen Gallos
Combining velvet and leather always has a fashion approval. Once again Danielle Berstein has graced us with her style. By throwing on a velvet top, leather pants and a pair of heels, this look can go from girl boss office attire to cocktails with your best friends. High waist pants are always win!
Velvet Top: Glamorous, Leather Pants: Ariztia, Heels: Zara
When you are looking to make a focal point out of your outfit, velvet thigh high boots are gold. Danielle Berstein pretty much checks off all the boxes of how to wear velvet and with her crushed velvet booties, showing a little leg with a short dress and coat create a lethal combination.
Dress: Derek Lam, Booties: Derek Lam, Coat: Zara
Vanessa Hong of the Haute Pursuit knows how to add velvet to monochromatic attire. Feminine designs in an orange tone already add a pop of color. Accessorizing with a velvet Chanel purse in blue, people won’t help but notice these unique colorful features.
Top: Kaelen, Skirt: Kaelen, Bag: Chanel
Sara Donaldson of Harper and Harley made the velvet come back by pairing black on black. Classic single button placket blazer along with matching pants, she created a look that all followers must have by simply following suit.
Blazer: Frame, Pants: Frame
Velvet shoes to a designer and brand collab blazer, Camille Charriere knows how to put two into together. Black and gold are always favored when it comes to an outfit choice. Showing off bare skin under the blazer, Camille achieves great style with a flash of shiny accents.
Blazer: Balmain x H&M, Jeans: Donna Ida, Shoes: YSL
Camille knows her velvet and when it comes to the shoe game she makes way with multicolor. A delicate floral all over pattern shows off a world of color. These boots are the perfect fit with her skinny jeans and lace top.
Shirt: Anna Sui, Jeans: Donna Ida Earrings: Maria Tash, Boots: Russell & Bromley ‘Roxanne’
A couture design that will take anyone’s breath away, Camille again scores big in the velvet department. Intricate beaded details from top to bottom this dress brings out a new age Victorian era. Paired with black boots and a few jewelry pieces, this look is elegant all in its own way.
Dress: Balmain x H&M, Boots: Balmain x H&M, Earrings: Dior, Rings: Monica Vinader
At times pairing one velvet piece with the rest of your outfit makes perfect sense. Maria Vizuete of Mia Mia Mine shows off her velvet with skinny jeans and layered pieces. Gray colors layered with a sweater and coat, the Rebecca Minkoff Burgundy Velvet Bag stand out amongst it all!
Bag: Rebecca Minkoff, Sweater: Free People, Coat: H&M, Jeans: Express Uneven Gray Jeans
Another velvet suit another five stars with Lolita Masagutova’s black Dorothy Perkins’ ensemble. By adding in metallic, the silver and black together is sleek and chic. Keeping things simple in yet bold opting for a gold bracelet to add the finishing touch.
Blazer: Dorothy Perkins, Pants: Dorothy Perkins, Shirt: H&M, Bracelet: Links of London, Charms: Links of London
June Sixty Five’s Frederica L stuns in velvet and faux fur. Burgundy robe dresses never upset and while layered with a black faux fur coat it take things up a notch. Fredrica pairs her outfit with patent black booties which creates a ready to take on the day or night look.
Dress: Missguided. Faux Fur Jacket: Missguided, Boots: Missguided
Wrap dresses are all the rage recently and Ashley Madekwe knows how to pull it off. By adding animal print heels and a milk carton Chanel bag, any party will be gladly to have you as a plus one. Plunging neckline and of course none the less in silk velvet, this dress needs to be hanging in your closet!
Dress: Reformation, Shoes: Charlotte Olympia, Choker: Saint Laurent, Bag: Chanel
Matching colors is always a great fashion play and Christine Andrew pulls out all the stops. With a romantic midi designed dress in lace she added in velvet with her YSL clutch in the same color. Burgundy seems to be a recurring tone to choose from and we agree it is flattering and fashion forward.
Dress: Self-Portrait, Clutch: YSL
Posh and flattering, Talisa Sutton from the Badlands Blog flaunts velvet in dress form. Wrap style form with a high neckline down to the floral pattern, this mini dress is all for show with the right pair of heels. Ornate designs are always a yes in the stylebook.
Dress: Bec&Bridge, Earrings: Amber Sceats, Heels: IRO
Jeweled tones and velvet pieces are what blogger Erica Hoida uses to create a firing every day look. Out and about for brunch or drinks on a Friday, Erica’s look can be versatile when wanting to mix and match your pieces. A velvet jacket with a cami underneath, faux leather pants and velvet heels, there’s nothing more an outfit can ask for.
Jacket: Free People, Camisole: Who What Wear Collection, Pants: Helmut Lang, Shoes: Jimmy Choo, Bag: Gucci, Bracelets: Vita Fede, Choker: BP.
Erica also graces us with a killer pair of velvet booties. When rocking a pair of distressed denim and an embellished moto jacket, velvet shoes are all you need. The chrome heel adds a one-of-a-kind style no one could ever forget.
Jacket: Nour Hammour, Top: AYR, Jeans: Mother , Shoes: Public Desire, Bag: Gucci
Blog Moda Tutkusu is all about sharing a passion for fashion and the pick of the silk velvet dress will have heads turning. Low cut down the front along with side slits in the sleeves, this little number with the Alaia Paris heels, take things all year around with the new go to outing dress.
Dress: My Best Friends, Shoes: Alaia Paris
Hearing velvet is back on the trend market is music to anyone’s ears. Styling velvet is effortless and can be combined with just about anything in your closet. From these blogger’s looks to taking in the velvet trend and how to style it, get started on your picture perfect outfits all thanks to velvet!