Velvet isn't exactly the easiest fabric to pull off, in my opinion, but it's definitely a trend worth trying! Velvet can take an outfit from simple to sophisticated and chic. Here are some velvet pieces worth your considertation.
Personally, I have never been for or against velvet. Maybe because I've never come across the right piece? When we got in these beautiful velvet suits from Elizabeth and James, I instantly became a fan. The Velet Rex Blazer is a must-have to any wardrobe. I love the way the velvet texture looks when paired with a silk blouse and jeans. A velvet blazer is somewhat of a timeless piece that you can always style in different ways to keep it up-to-date. The Velvet Winnie Trouser may be a bit more difficult to pull off so if you can then go for it…and know that I am jealous.
These velvet jeans by Citizens of Humanity might be a tad easier for someone to style on a more regular basis. I'm a huge fan of the Rococo Avedon Ultra Skinny because it has a pretty pattern and soft touch. The black ones to me are a bit more mysterious since the pattern is more subtle than the gold. If you aren't into patterned denim then try these Avedon Skinny Velour jeans that have a rose color, which is great for fall.
This funky and cool Velvet Patchwork Dress by Brian Lichtenberg is sure to get anyone's attention. It features a V-neck with mesh inset, velvet patchwork design and shoulder pads. Team this mini dress with chunky platforms and you'll be set for a night out!
These tye die velvet pieces by Our Prince of Peace are cute and girly. I love the Cosmic Velvet Body-Con Skirt because it's fun and shows off your curves. Plus, it can be styled so many different ways. Add the Cosmic Velvet Turband to beachy waves for an effortless look. The Cosmic Velvet Sunday Dress will have you at the center of attention. Wear it alone, layered or with platform heels.