If you want to look sharp then formal dressing it is! But let’s not forget there’s an occasion for everything. While I can’t function so well at work as hairstylist in a formal shirt, on the contrary there are people who wear formals every working day of their life. Don’t you find it wierd to see someone wearing a shirt and pants to a relaxed event.
Happy New Year to all you readers! A little late but this is the first post of 2017 on The Style Chair & its kind of special so that’s why three outfits 🙂
Getting back, how about have a shirt that’s not strictly formal but yet spells out class! Or how about wearing a shirt (with a twist) for a party and stand out in the crowd?
The answer to these questions is the inspiration behind the Three Looks in today’s post. So come ditch that formal shirt look with TSC
Personally I love formal wear and as mentioned earlier, I have the least utility for it (owing to not having a corporate job). I love collecting few formal shirts and pants but then a regular shirt is so common and definitely has nothing ‘stylish’ or unique about it!
Now to cater to making heads turn in a shirt, there are times I’ve worn a shirt knotted up with a skirt to give it that fashionable twist. But this time around I decided to do more with styling a shirt that just knotting it. So you can wear a shirt now and be your fashionable best in office (Casual fridays), for a fun day out or even look glam at a party.
In my first day look I decided to do what’s trending the most with shirts these days- Self Tie-Up Shirts! This one minus the collar really shed off the typical formal look especially paired with the distressed denims.
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Sunglasses- Maggcom Fashion (Online)
Earings- Aldo Accessories
Jeans- ONLY (Ripped by myself)
If there is a new piece of accessory that has been topping the charts of late (apart from chokers) are patches. So the coolest way to quirk that plain white shirt is to stick on some patches on it. No longer will that white shirt look plain jane and you can now play it cool at a cafe rather than looking like you just got out of office (/school).
flared Culottes- Koovs.com
Houndstooth Shoes- labellife.com
Patches and Patches Wrist Bag- Stradivarius (Spain)
Bringing sexy ‘back’ with a white shirt. It’s not much of a secret anymore that we women drool over men each time they wear a crisp white shirt. But I have to admit that, a white shirt tucked into a pair of well fitted denims looks every bit that sexy on a woman as on a man. So, how about go backless with that same white shirt? I spotted this style at a Fashion Week and instantly loved the idea and here is how I brought sexy ‘back’ with a white shirt!
Ofcourse the real highlight of this boho look is the pairing of jhumkas and jutis with a white shirt 😉
Jhumkas- local buy in Udaipur
Jeans- ONLY (Ripped by myself)
Photography Credits to Kruthika Pillai (if you aren’t seeing too many blogposts from me its because I miss her skills)
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