For me, there’s nothing like an oversized t-shirt. I actually buy them two sizes larger than I would “normally” wear because I’m a woman that likes options. With the crop top, front tuck and menswear trending, having the shirt a bit bigger gives you the opportunity to create any and all of the looks without investing in three different pieces. You can also moderate the trend according to what you’re comfortable with. I like to mix super girly and tom-boy together; thus a pink oversized shirt and gaudy necklace meets a boyfriend jean and bold stripe.
Don’t be afraid to add dimension with mixed patterns or textures; what you think might be too much tells a visual story and makes what you are wearing interesting.
Cheers to a good start to the week and warm weather on the cusp. For those of you not experiencing spring yet, I’ll be posting an outfit a bit later for you!