//1 Straight-leg Pants (£490, Petar Petrov on NET-A-PORTER) – //2 Tuxedo Style Playsuit (£30, Boohoo, *) – //3 Pigment in Copper Sparkle (£16.63, MAC Cosmetics on ASOS, *) – //4 Lurex Sweater (£465, JoosTricot on NET-A-PORTER) – //5 Gradual Tan Tinted Body Lotion (£22, St. Tropez on PrettyLittleThing, *) – //6 Ribbed Bandeau Bikini Top (£18, River Island) – //7 Round Glasses (£12.29, ASOS DESIGN, *) – //8 Snake Heel Bootie (£40, NastyGal) – //9 Python Shoulder Bag (£2180, Tom Ford on NET-A-PORTER) – //10 Ruched Detail Bodycon Dress (£20, Boohoo, *) – //11 Tinted Tanning Primer (£18, St. Tropez on PrettyLittleThing, *) – //12 Silk-satin Top (£345, Vince on NET-A-PORTER) – //13 Jumbo Eye Pencil in French Fries (£5.78, NYX on ASOS, *) – //14 Embroidered Bodycon Dress (£29, Topshop, *) – //15 Rockstud Sequined Leather Pumps (£720, Valentino on NET-A-PORTER) – //16 Long Sleeve Maxi Dress (£30, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //17 Wrap Top (£28, River Island) – //18 Tanga Bikini Set (£70, Topshop, *) – //19 Slim Hair Tie (£6.14, Invisibobble on ASOS, *) – //20 Twist Front Jumper (£20, New Look, *) – //21 Wrap-effect Thong Bodysuit (£180, Tuxe Bodywear on NET-A-PORTER) – //22 Trench Coat (£7540, Ralph & Russo on NET-A-PORTER) – //23 Coin Chain Pendant (£4, New Look, *) – //24 Knit Vest (£28, River Island) – //25 Embellished Satin Slippers (£400, ZYNE on NET-A-PORTER) – //26 Tie Waist Shirt Dress (£28, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //27 Quilted Leather Shoulder Bag (£1450, Saint Laurent on Farfetch) – //28 Twist Front Frill Hem Top (£24, River Island) – //29 Contrast Panel High Waisted Mini Skirt (£22, PrettyLittleThing, *) – //30 Galactic Glitter in Copper (£16.63, MAC Cosmetics on ASOS, *)
Well… that is quite a long list for the items… I hope you can forgive me for how long it is! I think these “30 SHADES OF” posts are quite fun to make even though they are fairly time-consuming, especially if I have chosen a rather “odd” colour to find the items in. Like bronze/copper. I don’t know if people categorize bronze and copper as the same colour. I read online that bronze is made of 90% copper, so I thought I also would include the items that web shops had called “copper”. In some websites, the same items would appear if I searched for “bronze” or “copper”.
I think, that bronze clothing items – metallic clothing items in general – are what you would categorize as the centre of the outfit. That is at least what I would think! With that, I mean that the eye-catching clothing item would be the one in focus. I would, therefore, pair it with more neutral pieces of clothing. Let us take the fancy pants by Petar Petrov at #1 as an example. I would pair these pants with a black or white top such as a turtleneck top or a simple T-shirt depending on the weather, and then a pair of court heels with the same colour as the top to tie the outfit together. I would go for court heels as they are more simple heels and not so “attention-seeking” so they would let the pants have their moment.
I have completely fallen in love with the two bags I have found (Tom Ford at #9 and Saint Laurant at #27)! I could not find any budget-friendly bags in bronze, but a lot in gold and rose gold popped up when I searched for bronze. I think these two bags can be worn with every plain and somewhat colour neutral outfit to spice it up a bit.
Some of my favourite items from the collage above might be the more everyday tops from Vince at #12 and River Island at #28. Both of these would go great with a pair of cowboy jeans in either blue or white and whatever kind of shoe you want to wear it with! I think these two tops are very versatile and are so easy to style!
I hope you enjoyed this bronze/copper inspiration! Let me know in the comments what item(s) from the collage above are your favourite(s)! My absolute favourite item might be the knit from JoosTricot at #4! I think it would compliment my blonde hair colour a lot (I actually think it would compliment every hair colour!) and it would also be very easy to style so it would be an item I would get a lot of wear out of. Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx
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