I know this isn’t a fashion blog – and I don’t want it to be (particularly since I have little to no sense of style) – BUT this post applies.
It’s fashion, yes – but it’s a DIYer’s uniform of choice – so it only seems appropriate that I share it with you…
If you are like me, your closet has more than a few pairs of jeans in it, and perhaps one or two or twenty t-shirts – all of which have at least one paint splatter, bleach stain or hardened crazy-glue patch on them.
Have no fear!
Those jeans and t-shirts ARE stylish – we just need to know how to accessorize to hide the goop.
I give you:
20+ Ways to wear a white t-shirt and jeans
Maybe there’s just one t-shirt and one pair of jeans – but you can create countless looks.
Here we have the queen of jeans and t-shirts – a simple necklace, brown belt and fedora make a statement.
(I’ve gotta admit – this is who I want to be.)
Add a camel trench coat and thigh-high boots.
Incorporate a scarf.
You can make it tomboy with boots, hat and military jacket.
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Or comfy casual with cons.
Use layers like this shirt, button down and blazer in one look.
Don’t feel confined by the skinny jean either. Not many of us can sport that look – so go for comfort.
Baggy is stylish too if done right.
Belt a vest.
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Go fresh and flirty and add a bright shoe.
Or sophisticated and sexy with a flashy belt.
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Tone it down with a monochromatic colour scheme for a business casual look.
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Take it trendy with ripped jeans, a gladiator sandal and volume scarf.
Wear it across the seasons by adding riding boots and a winter cowl.
Even though this is untucked, it still speaks sophistication with the white blazer and wedges.
Slick, city-chick with a leather jacket, tote and kick-ass heels.
It’s all about accessorizing to have these simple pieces make a statement.
In this case, the crew neck shirt with long sleeves was screaming for a bold necklace.
With a denim jacket overlay, you can wear a single pendant chain and have impact.
You could even take a sheer scarf and wear it like a cardigan for a polished look.
Proof that it’s not about the pieces – but rather what you DO WITH the pieces that matters.
A bit of confidence will rock any look.
|Me no more!|