White t-shirts are an integral part of a lot of people’s outfits because they are simple, easily wearable with absolutely anything. These can be paired up with almost anything, like denims, skirts, tights and pants. This week we look at a couple of ways to style white t-shirts.
The first way is to pair up the t-shirt in a casual way with a simple bum short and a cap, then throw on a loose jersey. This can easily go with sneakers. It is a great spring/ summer look and you could easily lose the jersey if it gets too warm in the afternoon then throw it back on in the afternoon/evening when it gets chilly.
Then next look being the white t’ with a skirt. White with a pop of colour actually does wonders, so right here the t-shirt has been paired up with a red pencil skirt, to make it catchier, a cap has been added and white strappy heels. Then the look has been finished off by a green handbag to add a bit of sass.
A skirt does not necessarily need to be pencil or a simple colour, they can be flowy and wide like this look right here. She has paired an emerald green skirt with her white t’, also feel free to add a handbag then put on simple sneakers if heels aren’t your thing.
Baggy t-shirts are currently very much on trend, so you could buy your baggy t-shirt and either style it with tights or wear it on its own. The first option of styling it with tights, as it will give your look a bit of grit, finish it off with high heels, although sneakers would be good to go as well.
The look is kind of masculine in nature so long hair might be a bit too shabby, so clean it up by having a short haircut, and if the hair is dyed silver/grey, the better. In terms of accessories, you can go all out, the trick though is to style the same colour jewellery, as seen here with the gold necklace, earrings and rings.
Then if you decide to wear it on its own, it could very well be a shirt-dress. This looks amazing with thigh high boots, especially if they are a bold red colour. Style it with a simple bracelet or a ring, then you’re good to go.
The following look gives the ‘crop top’ effect a different twist. A baggy white cropped t’ has been paired up with red high waist wide pants, then finned of with a hand bag. If you’re going for that semi-professional/ semi casual look, this is just it.
Whoever said you cannot rock white t-shirts back to back lied to you, do try out these looks