What do fashion bloggers really wear? An oversized denim shirt, styled their way!
Don’t you wonder what some of the young fashion bloggers wear and how they put together their basics to look so stylish? Well, so does our newest contributor Toni Brown of thefashioncloud, here to bring you some of the blogger fashion tricks of the trade from the stylistas online. —S.H.
It’s starting to look like Spring is going to be all about lace, floral prints and silk for many fashion bloggers. As the sun is not quite here to stay yet let’s talk denim.
I don’t think there is a single girl today who does not own a pair of jeans and the same goes for cut-offs and the little denim jacket. However, the denim shirt made its appearance only a few years back but has definitely become one of those statement and timeless pieces you keep along side your jeans in the “I will always find a use for you” department.
This spring the oversized denim shirt will be worn time after time, belted and worn as a dress, tucked into a high waist skirt or left unbuttoned and thrown over a T-shirt.
Here’s how four fashion bloggers styled their denim shirts…
As summer is not quite here yet, pair your denim shirt with a lot of black and multiple layers to keep warm. Indeed throw it over a cocoon black dress and pair it with black combat boots and tights, like Zanita did, to give the LBD a new modern edge. Zanita’s blog is zanita.com.au
For the “streetstyle effortlessly chic” look, tuck most of the shirt in your dark gray or black skinny jeans and throw over it a cardigan. Finish the look off with a jacket or blazer, done here to perfection by Golestaneh. Golestaneh’s blog is golestaneh-streetstyle
If you are looking for that “I just rolled out of bed and threw on whatever I found and it looks great” look then copy Vanessa‘s style. The bigger the shirt the better, wear it over leather trousers or leggings tucked into chunky boots and worn under a faux fur sleeveless jacket. Vanessa’s blog is thehautepursuit.com
Phrae wears her denim shirt with the sleeves rolled up and tucked into a pair of high-waist black shorts. This outfit will look perfect paired with ballerinas, Converse shoes or try something a bit less classical like a pair of black ankle boots.” Phrae’s blog is lightsilk.comPublished on March 25, 2010