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Today I just wanted to stop by and show you an effortless, edgy look! If you can recall, last year I had styled a white t-shirt two different ways ( https://stylemybonez.com/2016/04/21/that-white-tee-%e2%80%a2/) one way was rather chic and the other was more of a casual office wear piece. However, this time I wanted to focus on the stylistic flair of a big, white t-shirt and the many variations that are possible — including some integration of edgy pieces.
As of recently I have been expanding my style variations and have since been trying edgier pieces for certain outfits. In fact, I have developed quite a love for a few of my go to accessories from October. First, would definitely be my caution tape yellow belt ( forever21). The second accessory — would be my black studded leather boots with fur (Zara https://www.zara.com/share/-c0p4997023.html?utm_campaign=productShare&utm_medium=mobile_sharing_iOS&utm_source=red_social_movil&utm_term=&utm_content=15162201-I2017). Pairing both of these together simply gave my white t-shirt just enough added flare. But, to complete my look I rocked a black baker boy slouch cap that I had thrifted at Buffalo Exchange.
A quick How To: Styling a Big T-shirt dress You can wear it cinged at the waist with a belt (thin belts are always better in my opinion, and if you want thicker styles, just layer more thin belts). Or, if you are aiming for a more sophisticated yet effortless vibe for the entirety of the look, then simply leave it un-belted.
Do you like these types of looks? I know I honestly felt super fashionable, yet outrageously comfortable for each of my errands I had to take care of. Do you want me to style something specific? Comment below and let me know. Until next time.. Catch me if you can! Make sure to follow me on Snapchat & Instagram
Photographer : Jenn Carrillo
Loving the way you styled the caution belt! #kudos