I for one am not a major fan of sequins. It’s just too much glitz and glam for my more pared-down style. And having grown up a ballet dancer, I got my fair share of sequins and sparkle with my Nutcracker costumes. I don’t even like them for evening wear, or even holidays to tbh. So even I’m shocked to admit that I’m sorta, really, totally a fan of the sparkly daytime looks I spotted at Paris Fashion Month and have seen popping up on the city streets, in broad daylight, no less, ever since. Maybe when sequins adorn a silhouette once considered frumpy like the turtleneck, or boardroom boring like the pencil skirt, the normcore twist makes it feel less Vegas bachelor party or disco ball cheesy. Or maybe it’s how I’m seeing a blingy top styled with jeans and chunky loafers, or a sparkly skirt paired with a chunky sweater, making it totally unexpected and therefore, cool. Like of course I’m wearing a sequined top with my high-waisted mom jeans and Stan Smiths, casual. While I’m not sure I’m ready to give casual sequins a spin myself, if you do, here’s how to wear them in broad daylight.