How to put on a shirt on the coolest street style star in New York Fashion Week
Transitional dressing is probably one of the hardest things to do. Knowing which skirts, tops, dresses, jackets, etc. should be kept in the closet and not stored in the early autumn months is a huge pain. I found that if you know how to wear a piece of clothing on a shirt, especially a spaghetti strap or a short-sleeved dress, then the transitional wear and all the complexity seem to be easier. After all, tight-fitting dresses and your favorite floral mini are the hardest things to get rid of bedding, amirite?
Thanks to some crazy fashion women in New York Fashion Week (I saw you, Olivia Palermo) and other rock styles of style stars, this has never been easier, see how dress and shirt combinations change It’s easier. Do fashion darling du jour, you can’t go wrong. And, of course, if you are encouraged by trying your own layering technology, then your power will be greater.
Here are the four main types of tops I’ve seen recently, and here are the tips, which iterations you should be on and the dresses they look the best.
If the dress you are pairing has a silhouette or a boxy silhouette, feel free to wear the same easy button. If it fits, make sure the shirt’s bodice fits well so that it doesn’t look rugged underneath. A button-down dress with a cool collar and sleeves adds some cool detail to the look. Consider those with balloon sleeves, cuffs with unique cuffs, ruffles or bow neckline.
Laying a turtleneck under the clothes is basically no mistake. Due to their nature, the collision band or the overly wide neckline is not a problem, so it is easy to match everything perfectly. The two things to remember are purity and color. Sheerness brings out the avant-garde side of a super sweet dress and makes it look a bit punk – they are my choice. If you choose to wear a pure turtleneck sweater under a dress, try to match the look with some thick combat or boots. When it comes to color, black is the simplest shade, but some dresses look cool when wearing white and nude colors, and even super eye-catching colors. Use your best judgment. *Professional Tip: If you want to find something under the short-sleeved dress, I would recommend a turtleneck sweater. Fitted sleeves and sturdy tones do not detract from the garment itself, and the exposed collar will help to bond the layers together.