If you noticed something shimmery on your radar last Spring, you weren’t dreaming: Silver was making its move into the zeitgeist, and lucky for all of us it’s a big trend this upcoming season.
We love this trend and think it’s worth a try: It’s more festive than gray, as neutral as taupe, and you can choose whatever amount of shine you desire.
Wear it with denim and add just a little edge to your look. Pair it with soft neutrals (khaki, taupe, bone) to add subtle texture or dimension, or add it to anything black.
Silver is in this fall, and we like-y.
Here are our top styling tips and picks:
Not feeling the ballet flat? Here’s another great option.
Sized for the essentials and sleek enough to lay flat against your body. We also love the gold hardware.
A classic design (the ballet flat) in the color of the moment. Wear this day or night.
Supple leather with a subtle shine, the adjustable strap lets you wear it around your waist or across your body.
Wear this under a black blazer or on its own with a black bra or cami underneath (depending on your mood). Date night, here you come.
Tank and jeans just became elevated. We love the silver saturation in a really casual racerback cut. Pair with jeans, ballet flats, a black back, and sunnies and you are off.
Casual enough to wear during the day, running errands. Special enough to wear with skinny jeans and heels for a girls' night out (cue the tequila).
Subtle distressing downplays the metallic—we’re super into the off-duty appeal of this low-top sneaker.
If the cropped wide leg isn’t your jam, try these.
The wide, cropped leg is super flattering—we’d pair these with a crisp, white button-down or a boxy black sweater.
Winter is coming, and this will add a happy shine to dreary days. We promise.
Simple, silky column skirts are forever chic. Full stop. Pair this with a denim shirt (knotted at the waist), a cozy cashmere sweater (camel, dark gray, black), or, if the weather is still warm where you are, a white tank and flats.
This beauty was the star of a recent STS Zoom meeting, and for good reason: It’s a wowza. Wear it with jeans, always, but we’d love to pair it with an autumnal midi dress and booties, too.
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