Tee-Off.

t1 collageAPC; Everlane; James Perse

With the changing of a season (into my favourite one, no less) also comes the time to re-evaluate that wardrobe. My goal for this season is to zero in on the classics, investing in quality pieces, starting with the quintessential t-shirt.

It’s not easy to achieve that perfect slouch, that flattering silhouette, with something so simple.  The wrong material or cut could mean an unflattering shape for the rest of the day. But finding that one perfect tee to dress up or down is worth the search. (I’d then suggest buying multiples!) Throw on some jeans, maybe a statement necklace and some good flats and you’re good to go.

t2variations

Le Petit Bateau; Steven Alan; Monki. 

Those who know me will tell you that the Breton top is one of my signature looks. So versatile, so fun, so classy. Cuffed sleeves, crop top – all of our favourite tees’ various personas really should make an appearance in our wardrobes.

Ah, autumn. Welcome back. Let’s see what else you’ll have us wearing this year.

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