We’re happy to see the simple white t-shirt back
April 15, 2020
White T-shirts never go really out of style, but now, they are definitely on trend again. We’ve been seeing more and more stylish women wearing them as a chic item.
The classic white Tee is one of the most essential and versatile pieces in your wardrobe. Don’t know what to wear? A crisp white T-shirt will solve your problem. Want to wear those formal trousers or a silk evening dress during day-time? A white Tee will dress down the outfit. Want to wear a tailored suit or a sequined skirt but look casual? Just pair them with a white T-shirt. Not sure what to wear to the office? The combo blazer and white t-shirt is an elegant yet relaxed office look.
But don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this top; finding the perfect white T-shirt is a big quest. The basic staple comes in different fits, styles and fabrics. There’s the right T-shirt for each body-type and each outfit. Besides perfect fit, you also need good quality tees that do not lose their shape in the first wash. T-shirts in natural fabrics are best, choose 100% cotton, especially in summer.
We selected the best white T-shirts to suit your style, your body and your pocket:
If you have a bigger bust or a curvy figure with rounder stomach and hip, your T-shirt is a V-neck. It elongates your neck and accentuates your décolleté.
For the hourglass body, you can accentuate your slim waist with a tight-fitting T-shirt. But don’t go for too tight, it’s not chic. A slightly cropped T-shirt ending around the waist is more flattering for you than the longer ones. Additionally, they are perfect to wear with high-waisted trousers and paper bag waist pants.
If you have narrow hip and wide shoulders, a white T-shirt with crew-neck and lose sleeves balances well your silhouette. On the other hand, shorter and tighter sleeves will make your shoulders look broader. Also, if you like the classic boxy white T-shirt in dense fabric and vintage feel, these are your go-to tees.
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