Fashion Embellishments

Embellishments – beautified Fashion

This style offers a feast for the eyes. Embellishments are described as a ornamental detail or attribute added to something to make it more striking, it adds design significance to fashion pieces. Sequins, studs, diamante and embroidery are all used to add shine to day and night pieces. Simple garments are embellished to create an appealing visual element, sometimes to emphasize certain silhouettes and shapes.

Embellishments continue to shine this season. From last season this style trend has moved from flower-patterned appliqués and decorated dresses to reserved statements and intense detailing on items of all kinds. Embellishments are described as an ornamental detail or attribute added to something to make it more striking, it adds design significance to fashion pieces.

2nd Take is a unique second hand retailer offering designer items at reduced prices. Our garments are selected to represent current trends and fashion. You will be able to find a bedazzled outfit, choosing from many famous designer brands.

 Fashion Embellishments

Visit our Online store for more information on Garments and International Designers.

 

runway looks that inspire us with embellished beading and embroidery
The pale blue, embellished jersey knit garment from Oscar de la Renta inspires 2nd Takers. Kate Bosworth, puts a fresh spin on the trend by pairing an embellished dress with heels and a red lip. You can achieve this look by pairing a detailed cardigan with shorts or denims. Make 2nd Take your first, and favorite, fashionable clothing store.

Founded in 2010, 2nd Take, an exclusive, second-hand designer brand retailer, was established to provide individuals with a unique in store and online shopping experience offering branded designer fashion items at reduced prices. Many of  the stocked brands cannot be bought in other South African retail outlets. Make 2nd Take your first, and favourite, fashionable clothing store. 2nd Take now also stocks baby equipment, toys and books.

 

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