Hello, Hello, Hello welcome back to my blog and another week of Expression Through Style. I hope you had a wonderful week last week and you are recharged and ready to take on a new week.
If you have been following my blog for a minute you know I am a huge fan of any and everything oversized, so in today's post I thought to show you one of the ways I tuck in / style my button up shirts in the hope that it will also give you some ideas.
A button up shirt is a staple in every girl and guy's wardrobe and can sometimes get boring or you run out of ideas on how to style such an essential piece. One of the ways to bring life and a bit of playfulness is to tuck in one side and the the other side untucked.
We all know the tuck the front in and leave the back style, but this adds a bit more edge to the look. This is not a conservative style, for me its a little anti and rebellious like "yeah I know you expect me to tuck in all of my shirt but you know what im not going to".
Would I recommend you style this like this to work or a job interview?? Emm well it depends on your work place environment and culture on what you can and can't wear. I have styled a button up shirt like this to work before ( it was an all black look and the half front tuck just made the look much more edgy, fun and different) and it can elevate what could potentially be a boring or plan outfit.
Another way to style a button up especially one that is oversized is simply by adding a pair of heels, it makes an otherwise masculine look much more feminine or you could find a nice middle and go for an androgynous look.
Thank you so much for joining me this week for another blog post. I do appreciate your support and the love, it is not taken for granted. I hope today's post has inspired you and given you more ideas on how to style your button shirts. Be fun, be edgy, be creative and Express Yourself Through Your Style.
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Till Next Time