Street Style Must-Haves: New Metallic Styles from Limelight

Street Style Must-Haves: New Metallic Styles from Limelight

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Trend Alert!



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The latest movement in the world of fashion will have you shining!  Word on the street: Metallic is in!  Gone are the days of your basic athletic sneaker.  With Metallic styles in shades of rose gold, teal, silver and gold it’s easy to vamp up your look.Our favorite thing about the Metallic rave is its versatility!

 

 

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US_01_423367_00Whether you want all out bling or a touch of luster, this style is fun and oh-so fashion forward.

Styling this look could go from simple athleisure wear to casual glam (think
skater skirt and jean top). Our top picks are the Limelight Trophy (appropriately named), Converse’s Metallic Chuck Taylor and for the littlest
show stopper our Cupcake Couture Tiana.  Can we say Mommy/daughter fashion duo?  One thing to remember with Metallics is to have fun and make it your own style. So, do you dare to shine with this trend?

 

 

 

 
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