Being chic sometime doesn't require too much thinking. Shirt and jeans are such a classic combo that never go out of fashion, true for men and for women too. Women's shirts have more varieties. Chiffon, silk, velvet, basic cotton, whichever fabrics you like, you get the look effortlessly. The shirts can be slim fit for a smarter look or oversized for a boyfriend casual look. You can tuck it in or let it out, wear belts or not - so many different ways of wearing them. I recently fell in love with printed shirts on skinny jeans. Jeans are not only belong to the casual relaxed realm - they can be sleek and smart depending on the silhouette, length and tones. My favorites are those ankle jeans with tons of wash and distressed details. What's your favorite?
BA&SH is a ready-to-wear clothing brand from Paris. They made accessible Parisian style for American women. Their red tunic shirt with matellic threads looked so holiday-ready. I paired it with a distressed and embroderied jeans on Red Wings Heritage boots for a cowgirl kind of look. These jeans are from Cello Jeans, a wholesale denim brand that makes quality denim styles for women - just love it.
Black shirt is something challenging with a conservative image like a work outfit essential. I bought this shirt for my photography work but it turned out to be such a streetlook stunner. Diesel is famous of its Italian quality jeans but this Diesel silk shirt is so drapery that it stands out among high-street shirts. It is perfect for a minimalistic look. I paired it with these XES Revolution jeans and velvet sandals to add some feminine touch.
When I wore the same outfit on a pair of tan booties. The outfit looks bolder and more casual.
It's easier to dress it up with more trendy details. I pulled another shirt that I bought on Amazon for an oriental tone. The shirt with embrodiery patch and velvet material can be worn as a blazer - versatile and low-key.
A silk floral bodysuit shirt like this is definitely playful. The shirt is designed for fashion lovers, a blazer collar, floral print, bodysuit design, ruffle sleeves. I felt like a lighter tone for its bottom. Floral jeans and boots to keep the floral style consistent from top to toe.
The vintage shirt from Lanvin is more than a shirt - it's a bomber shirt. Tie a knot, it's so fun and poppin'. Love the oversized design, I looked like walking straight out of a 90s music video. Wearing a very outstanding piece on top, I picked the low-key grey washed 7 For All Mankind jeans to balance it out.
Another shirt with a knot! Urban Dahl makes this star and stripe print shirt. It's totally on point for social media trend.
If you missed one-shoulder blue stripe-print shirt this year, you missed A LOT in fast fashion! Most of the looks I saw on social are stripe-print shirt on mini skirt. I like to wear it on my white jeans for its lightness and effortlessness.