Outfits

One T-shirt, three very different shapes

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I shared this TOP last month with this wild, no, bold SKIRT. Since then, it has become one of my favorite Shirts I’ve bought in a long time. It’s super soft, like unusually soft and it conforms just the way I wanted. I’m not a big fan of fitted t-shirts, which was all the rage when I was in high school. Abercrombie’s cap-sleeved baby Tops were my nemesis, as I still didn’t quite know how to dress my awkwardly long but prematurely curvaceous body and all tHat stared back at me were skimpy Tops and low-cut jeans. I’m having intense flashbacks, trying to pull my shirts down to reach my too-low PANTS and ending up just crossing my arms to hide the skin tHat would eventually show.

I rejected t-shirts until I discovered my love for Vintage t-shirts in college through thrift. I found a few good ones tHat I now wonder wHat I did with. Also, who pushed the nostalgic button on me today? wow.

Ok, leaving the yearbook and getting back to the real reason we’re here: this t-shirt! With my haunted history of hating t-shirts, I love when I love one. This one from Anthro is loose but not oversized, the sleeves aren’t tight, and it has a cool I’m all over the place right now vibe. So I wanted to show how I’ve been using it this past month. I also have to say that I’ve worn it just with cuts, but I don’t know if you’ll need another photo of me with cuts this year. 😉

By the way, this shirt is on Sale!! You can find it here. And so is the daring skirt! Bravo for Anthro sales!

1. Professional Casual

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2. Daring skirt

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3. Widening

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So the question arises: which is your favorite? Or are you like me and love all three? Let me know!