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With the festive season around the corner party time beckons. By now you have probably found the perfect dress. But if it is short sleeved you may be seeking a little extra cover if you are self conscious about your upper arms or simply want to ward off winter chills.
Are you going on a summer holiday soon? The key to successful packing is to choose key pieces and work around then. A little planning will bring you a long way. Consider what you are going to do during your holiday, how often you with be going sightseeing, outings, relaxing by the beach, and decide on simple, versatile looks.
Of all the catwalk trends, celebrity influences and High Street offerings, if I was to pick my favourite item of all time, it would be a t-shirt. Plain and simple. It’s a core item that no wardrobe should be without. You may think that there are plenty of items that should form part of your capsule closet but think of it like this. Blazer and jeans, leggings and sneakers, summer skirt and sandals, no matter what the outfit, the basis of all of the aforementioned, is a t-shirt. Now I’m not talking about a top emblazoned with your favourite 1980s rock band (although I have a brilliant one with Debbie Harry on it) my advice is to keep it plain this summer and stick to styles such as a fitted cotton “v” or round neck, sleeveless or cap sleeved, waist or hip length. The simplicity of the T is what makes it genius. To get you summer ready, there are lot’s of ways to style up the minimalist, most unadorned of all fashion staples.
When it comes to classic fashion, the white shirt—clean, crisp and timeless—is hard to beat and is among the top ten wardrobe staples.
Q: I have recently joined a gym. What should I wear to look good and still feel comfortable?
Exposed bra straps may be a sartorial no-no for the rest of the year, but seem to become a prerequisite for sunny days.