Long sleeves were designed to be rolled, right? While a button-down can feel stiff, rolling up the sleeves gives it a straightforward nonchalance. It’s the simplest way to inject a little cool factor in to your classic shirts.
The effect is cool and just a little undone and ideal for showing off your heels. There’s more than one way to cuff ’em from a single roll to a double, find your look and master the look you want. A single cuff is effective with stiffer, straight-leg denim, while a rolled cuff goes well with baggier, boyfriend jeans.
Nothing spells “fashion” like a draped jacket over the shoulders. Crazy, but true it costs nothing and makes your outfit look infinitely more expensive and chic.
The simplest way to define a waistline without a belt is knotting your shirt right at the center. It lends an even more creative finish than just tucking in your shirt and adds a playful touch.
With a slew of skinny belts, you are able to transform oversize shirts, tunics, and coats to suit your frame. Defines your shape and highlights your middle, plus, the belt adds polish to even the most casual ensembles. It might take a minute to throw on, but it looks like an even more complete outfit each time.