The T-shirt become an essential feature in our wardrobes and if you didn’t know it was used as an underwear in the World War II, Chanel famously adapted jersey, into fashionable Womenswear in the twenties and since then its evolution has been impressive. James Dean wore it as a trademark, David Beckham looks so hot in it, even Prince William has one and do you remember Madonna in her white T-shirt, what about Rihanna? It gradually morphed from a masculine to a unisex garment worn by everybody nowadays.I composed this outfit having the T-shirt as the main piece because I really like what happened to it in the last years, with this merge between the T-shirt and classic, conservator outfits or evening wear, or even rock/punk, you can practically integrate it in all kinds of outfits. Its very plainness, after all, leaves room for self-invention.I have many T-shirts, but this one, is so girly like, with the pink flowery flounces, I felt the need to cut this bonbon look with a trashy touch, combining it with ripped jeans – didn’t want to cause anybody diabetes by associating them with a tutu skirt, ballerina shoes and maybe a flower basket, ha?….ahahahah.The shoes are not the highest quality, but in a report with the price, they can do just fine and the thing I like most about them is that the laces are changeable.With the bag I have a lot of fun, mostly in the Airports J it is so catchy it draws everybody’s attention, even men turn their heads to see it!
Regarding the products:
T-shirt: it is from Stradivarius and because of the design you can wear it without a bra, which is very cool, right?
Jeans: bought them from H&M and actually they were not so damaged, but while wearing them pretty often they become more and more ripped.
Bag: Yes, it is a copy from you know who 🙂 you can find it here
Shoes: Public Desire, not the best quality, but comfortable, cheap and cool.