Series post on – How to alternate your shirts for all the seasons!

Instyle magazine

Instyle magazine have got it spot on for this winter season, with the extra layers and complimented black and white coloured shirt suggests chic and egde!

The skin tight black turtle neck underneath the baggy striped shirt would go great with mom jeans if you wanted to bring out more edge to your outfit. Plus the thin red choker necklace just pulls the top half of the outfit together really nicely.

I was flicking through Cosmopolitan the other day and came across this trendy idea. This fashionista has switched the shirt around using the V neck as detail for the back! Nice!

Here is a nice V-neck shirt you can get from H&M.

I love smartening up my casual wear to flamboyant wear.

Lucy Williams

Famous fashion blogger, Lucy Williams, really knows how to work a shirt over her daisy dukes and bikini. (That nearly sounded like a Katy Perry song.) Obviously it is good to find a shirt that is thin material as you don’t want a heavy shirt for the beach, just something light for that beach breeze.

Hope you guys have managed to find some inspiration with these images and decide to switch up your old shirts stuck in your wardrobe. It is great to turn old shirts into something striking like these, because we can all throw on a shirt and sometimes feel sloppy, so these are great styles to make you feel on point!

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7 thoughts on “Series post on – How to alternate your shirts for all the seasons!

  1. xoJenny

    Oh wow, thats such a unique yet clever idea about switching your shirts around. My only concern is that people will think I put my shirt on backwards by accident rather than purposefully lol I am so obsessed with overly baggy blouse tops though, its my favorite and it helps with the tucking in look! I also adore how Lucy Williams wore it with her bikini open like that, I may have to try that this summer!

    xo, JJ

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