This picture was the epiphany I needed to realize the best staple in a closet is the basic tee. It can be done up and dressed down. You can find a real good cotton fabric tee at Express or Banana Republic. You can wear it to the beach, or to a chic party. It's so versatile.
For the ladies who are blessed in the chest area, I would advise a crew/scoop neck. The fortunate ladies who do not have to deal with the overwhelming tatas, may pick any neckline, my favorite is the V-neck line. Just make sure, you are not doing the Monroe by taking it to the next level and showing enough cleavage to be confused with a go-go dancer! As they would say in Spanish, OJO! Also, they should fit a little tight in the chest area, but slouched in the waist, neck and arm area.
The second look, I focused on the working lady. If you have more tees in different colors, you can completely diversify your work wardrobe by changing the skirt to pants, and exploring with different accessories. The key here is to keep it classy and professional. Grays and blacks are definitely great colors for the jacket and bottom, by adding a different color tee you get the OOMPH! (do NOT forget the OOMPH!).
My fun third outfit was inspired by my girl night outs. Its so simple. I really like effortless style, and I think that a basic tee is the right staple for the effortless look. Combining the everyday tee with a sequin-embroidered skirt is still fun but effortless. Yes, I say effortless a lot, but come on style is about being effortless, and purposely dressing like YOU, and no one else.
I played with the color of accessories, and the edgy bootie to give it the OOMPH! Well, it is not like the look needed much with the sequin skirt. I would keep one piece as a print, thus why I did not pick a complicated sandal heel or pump. If you do not know how to play with prints and embroidery, it is best just to keep one piece the focal point.
Here she combines neutral colors, and her choice of pop of color is in a pastel hue color, which makes the outfit flow.
Palermo keeps the necklace and clutch neutral, which I am sorry I am a big fan of.
This simplicity might not be your cup of tea, but in further posts I will discuss color and printed tees.
You can also find basic tees with maybe sequin, or lace trims. Finding special ways to spice up the basic tee is always valuable to mix your wardrobe up.
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