Like t-shirts and like to dress up! Well what IF you get to have the best of both the worlds together?
No guesses there, I’m talking of T-shirt Dresses.
As much as I love dressing up, im most comfortable in a tee and normally that would be the first thing that I pull out of my closet when picking out an outfit for the day 🙂 The days my legs are all silky smooth (if you know what I mean) I definitely flaunt them in dresses. A dress has got to be functional to be worn throughout the day.
If there is a website that’s a one stop shop for all things casual and fashionable it’s definitely Bewakoof.com
This time around Bewakoof launched their line of T-shirt Dresses and here is a dress they sent in.
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An earlier post HERE that I did where I glamed up a tank and joggers from Bewakoof shows that casual outfits can be styled in many ways to look stylish. Well that’s the thing with T-shirt dresses too, while they are fab as it is for everyday fashion paired with ripped denims, they can be layered and accessorised to create different looks.
For styling this dress I went in for a mix of different elements: boho, grunge and school girl. Sporty was already the key to this dress so didnt want to very obviously do just a Sporty look by throwing on sneakers!
PS: this dress is the best thing that could have happened to me this monsoon ❤ for its black and its short enough to not dirty the lowers of my outfit.
All I did was thrown on a bomber jacket and look how different this dress looks. Maybe if you all love tshirt dresses too then I should do a post on Five different ways of styling a Tshirt Dress?
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