How to Re-Purpose Holiday Sequins: Sequin Dress

Got a sequin dress but nowhere to wear it? I got you. In this two post mini-series, I’m showing y’all how you can re-purpose your holiday sequin pieces to wear all year long and not just for that kiss under the mistletoe.

This particular outfit choice may not be for everyone, but I love how it turned out with the pieces I used. Here’s how I styled a sequin and lace bodycon dress with a sweater tunic to extend the dress’ closet shelf life. Check out how I re-purposed a sequin blazer here.

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Dress: Dillard’s (similar here & here) | Sweater: Vince Camuto (similar here & here) | Boots: Forever 21 (similar here & here)


Sequin dresses are my weakness. I could spend hours scouring Nordstrom’s website for the perfect sequin dress even though I have nowhere to wear it. The sequin dress is also the outfit of choice for women on New Year’s Eve. Instead of sliding that most likely expensive dress to the back of your closet until the next holiday party, try layering it with a sweater tunic.

This particular sweater tunic features an asymmetrical hem so it allows an uneven peak at the sequin and lace underneath. The body and sleeves of the sweater are loose so it’s perfect for hiding another layer underneath. Throw on knee-high boots with your dress/sweater combination and you’ve got an outfit ready for date night or drinks out with your girlfriends.

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