The Holiday Trend Everyone Is Already Wearing

Metallics during the holidays? You're probably thinking groundbreaking… but there's something different about the typical holiday trend this year—it was huge on the F/W 16 runways of Michael Kors, Saint Laurent, Tibi, and more, and the fashion crowd was already wearing it during fashion week back in September.

Based on the number of retailers that have made metallics a benchmark of their fall collections, don't expect this trend to die once January arrives. The beauty of the gleaming fabrics is they can be swapped for (or paired with) neutrals. In fact, metallics complement practically every hue on the color wheel. Add to that the fact that it's an effortless way to dress up any outfit. 

Since metallics aren't exactly for wallflowers (they'll get you noticed), if you're the more sartorially subdued type, there are a slew of sleek metallic accessories on the market if you just want to dabble in the trend. (We're particularly smitten with gold and silver block-heel ankle boots right now.) 

Check out the best recent metallic street style and shop our metallic picks below! 

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You can never have too much rose gold in your life.

We'd wear these pretty much year-round.

The chicest way to wear this top? Sans-accessories. 

Fancy, comfortable, and affordable? Sold!

Pair this ruffled number with sleek black treggings. 

This new brand is a favorite of the street style set.

This celeb-favorite sweater just got a shimmering update. 

Gucci is on board with the metallic trend, naturally.

Dress this up with a leather pencil skirt or down with track pants. 

Metallic midi skirts were everywhere during fashion month.

Try these with cool socks on chilly days and nights. 

The perfect easy winter outfit? This paired with high-rise jeans and ankle boots. 

Check out more trends that will be big this winter here