Hey my beautiful ladies! What comes across your mind when you think about quilting? Probably, one of these two things: the blanket your grandma gave you 20 years ago or a Chanel bag. While both products are undoubtedly special in their own rights, they aren’t the only quilted things anymore. Quilted fabrics made an appearance in a number of designer’s shows on jackets, skirts, shoes and more.
Quilted pieces are elegant and glamorous way to add some texture and dimension to your outfit. Looking for stylish ways to wear the quilted? Keep reading to our stylish picks you can add to your wardrobes right now.
How to pull the quilted trend? First you have to choose your stitching wisely. The finer the scale and flatter the fill, the sleeker you’ll look. Be sure to put the pattern where you can afford to: If you’re curvier below the waist, target the quilting on top and vice versa. Then keep other textures in your outfit subtle or flat. Wearing quilted textures in small doses like the sleeves of a jacket or the trim on booties, is an effortless easy way to get into this trend.
Jackets are the most common quilted pieces for where some are quilted all over, while others are blocked with quilted pieces. For a sophisticated look, opt for quilted jackets with blended fabrics to balance the edgy and dressy vibe of the quilted look.
Quilted pants may be challenging to pull off especially if you’re bottom heavy. So pick ones with moderate and partial quilts to avoid adding more volume to your already-heavy thighs and legs.
I’m completely head over heels for an ultra sleek and stylish quilted skirt. Quilted skirt is the kind of piece you could easily wear to the office or for a night out.
Quilt style on your sneakers or boots is great for adding some statement without looking overdone. Like my favorite fashion blogger Annabelle Fleur, wear your quilted sneakers with your edgy-chic outfit and just add a quilted bag for a coordinated and stylish look.
You can never go wrong with a timeless, Chanel-inspired quilted bag.