Wednesday, May 21, 2014

How to Wear a Long Asymmetrical Shirt {Part 2} : As a Dress

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Shirt: H&M | Denim Shirt: Loft | Sandals: Urban Outfitters | Bag: c/o Rebecca Minkoff | Sunglasses: Glow Accessories

photos taken by Brian Cavanaugh

When I tried this shirt on I automatically knew that this would make a great little summer dress, as it was long enough to be worn as a dress. It's also easy to through on and go, perfect for a weekend shopping date. With a sheer asymmetrical top you'll need a good slip. I have a few simple tank white slips that go under my more sheer clothing. These are something every woman should have in their closet (you should have the basic slips: nude, black, and white), as they are a simple fix to your sheer clothing problems. To keep a asymmetrical top that pulls away from you a bit more fit tie a denim top around your waist. It's also practical for those cooler days or nights, and keeps you looking downtown chic.

What do you think of this look?

5 comments:

  1. nice:)) x
    Bianka
    http://ruhamania.blogspot.hu/

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  2. Sometimes I find it hard to style asymmetrical piece, especially it's a top. I think you pull it off really well! Good job <3

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    xoxo, Claire from Vancouver, Canada

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  3. Adore the crisp white and blue colors together! So simple but perfect.
    xL

    The Marcy Stop

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  4. I always think ladies who wear slips are so classy lol Idk I guess all those Mad Men days. So bravo for having one. I'd probably wear like another dress underneath. This top would be fun to wear on the beach just blowing in the breeze :)

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