Denim Shirt x 4 Ways

so i found this denim shirt awhile back whilst shopping at the men’s section of Salvation Army. i was totally smitten by the corduroy collar and i knew right away that it had to come home with me, even though it was way too big. today i’m styling this men’s over-sized denim shirt 4 ways… hope you dig =)

Look 1

wearing the denim shirt as a light jacket is a look i really enjoy. i like how simple and effortless it looks, perfect for a breezy spring/summer night!

Look 2

when wearing oversized shirts or vests i sometimes like to tie a knot in the front to shorten the item. this look is casual and fun =)

Look 3

buttoning the shirt and tucking in the bottom makes a more polished and put-together look. i would probably go into work wearing the shirt like this, and then after work i would un-tuck the shirt and grab dinner with friends (perhaps go for look 1 or look 4 if it’s warm out).

Look 4

this is probably my favorite look out of the 4. simple, cool, and very 90’s =)

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denim shirt: thrifted

circle skirt: CHOiES

tank top: DIY (originally from Uniqlo)

shoulder bag: vintage

loafers: AIR SPACE

braided bracelet: DIY

bracelet: Madewell

socks: Tutuanna from Japan

nails: Mister Morden

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[Outfit] Pastel Blue

Surprise surprise. Another outfit with spring colors. I’ve been spending quite a bit of time outdoors now that spring finally decided to stay… hence this casual look. I hope you’re not sick of these outdoorsy outfits yet… and I’ll try not to keep them coming =P and since this is probably going to be my last post before Easter, whether you’re celebrating Easter or Spring or spending quality time with family or a day off of work or simply all the chocolates, I want to wish you all a very wonderful week/weekend =)

knit sweater: H2O from cousin

shorts: PAZZO

top: DIY

backpack: mom’s

straw hat: Claire’s

shoes: SUPERGA Cotu Classic

necklace: gift from Rita

sunnies: CHOiES

nails: Mister Morden 2011 Fliration Walk