This time we are going to speak about layered fashion. My post is dedicated to layering shirts with knitwear. You are about to see stunning street style looks that are both stylish and extremely comfortable for colder months wear. I know many ladies who afraid of teaming these garments because of they afraid to look bulky and big. This creepy result can happen if you are layering them in the wrong way they are not meant to be layered. If you want to see stylish tricks and ideas how to create an artfully draped look from basic pieces (knitwear and layered shirts), then you are more than welcome to look through these gorgeous street style looks and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
This combination is very popular nowadays. What I do love about this pairing, then you don’t need a tailored fit of your shirt as it goes under your lovely sweater. I recommend to start from classic solid white color shirts and plain colored sweaters. Make sure the tails and cuffs of the sleeves peek out. For instance, you can try on Peter Pan white collar shirt and wear it underneath sporty grey-white pullover paired with gingham red-white high-waisted midi skirt. If you love modern looks, then you can try on grey shirt and team it with matching color short-sleeve sweater teamed with graphic grey-white print skinny pants completed with black pointed-toe glossy pumps. If you are more into relaxed and urban-friendly looks, then be sure to try on an oversized cream-white wool sweater worn atop white untucked shirt paired with ripped skinny jeans and deep brown leather pointed-toe flat loafers. Don’t be afraid of wearing bright colors and prints. I love to see gals who appear on the streets wearing bright blue knitted pullovers atop white shirts tucked in lips print full mini skirt. It’s okay to use patterns and prints in your layered looks. I love to see ladies who appear in dark-colored knitwear styled with printed shirts and jeans. Personally, I like to see casual outfits where the hem of the button-down shirts peek out from underneath of knitwear. You can even go bolder by show off your print mixing skills by wearing printed shirt atop printed sweater. For instance, you can try on white-red gingham shirt underneath dark blue sweater with white anchor print and complete the look by adding neutral color shorts and bright red glossy pointed-toe flat pumps. Another great way to update your outfit is to wear knitwear under your shirt. All you need is to make sure that the knitwear is form-fitting, so your shirt doesn’t look bulky on you. Personally, I love to wear cropped sweaters atop shirts. The result looks creative and very unique. For instance, you can try on long-sleeve black cropped fitted sweater and wear it atop white button-down shirt and complete the outfit by adding plaid black and white printed high-waisted skirt. If you want to wear oversized and roomy sweaters, then you are more than welcome to create such looks. All you need is to balance your look by adding skinny jeans.