- Safi Bello
Wearing Velvet Pieces During The Fall & Winter Season
Velvet is defined as a closely woven fabric of silk, cotton, or nylon, that has a thick short pile on one side. There are many different types of velvet. There is silk velvet, cotton velvet, rayon/nylon velvet, polyester spandex stretch velvet, crushed velvet and so many other combinations of velvet.
Velvet is great for the fall and winter months. Velvet is especially great for the holiday season. Velvet looks will even work during the spring months. Velvet is one of those trends that feels like it may disappear from season to season but it will always be around. It always seems like during the winter months velvet blazers seem to be a huge thing. You can always find a velvet blazer at your local brick and mortar retail boutique or mall or available in an online store.
If plan on attending any holiday functions or parties this season and don't really have anything planned to wear, velvet is a great go to option for the holiday season.
You can find velvet pieces in different colors, with or without designs or patterns. There is lightweight velvet and there is the heavy velvet. When it comes to velvet you have options if you have a look that you are going for.
Since the holidays are coming up and winter is coming up I thought I'd put together some velvet looks. If you've never tried out velvet that is okay you can start with just maybe a velvet top or a velvet blazer. If you've tried out velvet and it's not your thing that is okay too. But if you like velvet and want to check out more velvet looks then below are some velvet looks for you. To learn more about each look click on the links and pictures below which will take you to the retailer that sells the look.
ett:twa Gallery Velvet Blazer $148; ett:twa Cuffed Velvet Trousers $128;