Making your T-shirt work for you Anna Palmer April 8, 2008 Uncategorized Tweet As summer approaches, women all over the UK will be despairing at the idea of giving up their loose wintry tops for the less-concealing T-shirt, but velieve it or not, every woman can look good in a T-shirt – here’s how: Get the proper size – baggy T-shirts make you look as if you have something to hide and T-shirts that are too long have to be tucked in which is both unfashionable and unflattering Choose a feminine cut. Try to find one that is shaped to the waist and a sleeve style that doesn’t either cut in or flap around. Pick a t-shirt made of good fabric. Cotton knit with a bit of stretch is the most popular, comfortable and airy for hot weather Try new necklines – the boat neck suits those who are tall and thin while a V-neck T-shirt flatters those who may be short and plump by lengthening the neck Use it as a layer by wearing scoop or round neck T-shirts with a blazer, smart jumper or larger V-neck T-shirt, alternatively, match V-neck T-shirts by layering them over vest tops or long-sleeved knit shirts for a casual look Give a longer T-shirt style by dividing it with a wide belt, long chain or thin scarf knotted in front. If you don’t have a curvy silhouette, let the belt sit low, resting on your hips to draw the eye away from your lack of waist. T-shirts courtesy of fotodawg Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.