A white shirt is a basic item you need to have in your closet. Although some might think of it as boring, it is a very versatile piece that you can take from day to night – as long as it is styled right. Perfect for all seasons, a white t-shirt can add that ‘ooomph’ to your outfit. Here are some ideas that can help you wear your plain white shirt like a runway rock star.
With Boyfriend Jeans
Jeans, like the white shirt, is a staple piece that you need to have in your closet. With that being said, pairing up these two is a match made in fashion heaven. The edginess of boyfriend jeans (especially the distressed ones) balances the simple aura of a plain white shirt.
A great thing about pairing your white shirt with your boyfriend jeans is you can go crazy with the accessories. Transform your look from laidback to nighttime glam by donning an attention-grabbing statement necklace and a striking pair of stilettos.
With a Maxi Skirt
The maxi skirt is a trend that looks fabulous in summer, spring – even fall! Look feminine this autumn by wearing your maxi skirt with your favorite white shirt. The key to harmonizing these pieces is to wear a contrasting design – a dark-colored, printed or floral maxi skirt. Put on a straw hat and strappy flats and you are good to go.
With Vibrant Pants
Jewel-toned and printed pants are all the rage nowadays. They can be seen on the fashion runways – as well as on the legs of famous stars Jessica Alba and Kylie Minogue. If you look at these ladies, you will see that they have in common – they pair their jewel-colored and printed pants with white shirts. Be just like these fashion stars by wearing your white shirt with the loudest pair of pants that you have. Red, orange, it’s no problem! They look awfully well with a white shirt, no matter how fitted or baggy it might be.
With a Cute Dress
Give your dress a fresh, fashionable makeover by wearing your white shirt underneath it. The shirt can transform the look instantly! For example, wearing it with a low-cut dress can make you look ‘chicly conservative.’ Pairing it with a schoolgirl tartan dress, on the other hand, will make you look saintly stylish. Most importantly, it can add some degree of warmth this autumn.