How to reuse your flannel checkered shirt
4 de October de 2016
When the summer or the winter hasn’t arrived yet, we can do a mix and match with pieces of clothes that can make us feel warm in a ‘half way’. And one of those pieces is the checkered shirt!
Specially the flannel one is a “joker” of our closet and brings with it all the grunge references from the 80/90’s – impossible not to remember of Kurt Cobain. So if you have a piece like that completely forgotten on your closet and don’t know how to use it nowadays, this is the time for you to learn, with my tips!
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1- TIED UP ON YOUR WAISTLINE
Grunge is a really loved reference for winter – specially for those who are already fans of the style. So the flannel checkered shirt can work as a great “accessory” in your outfit. In this context, worths using another coat like leather or denim jacket or even a tracksuit and let the shirt tied up in your waistline just to turn the outfit into a more stylish one.
2- WORKING AS A JACKET
If it’s cold, but not so much and you need something not so warm to dress? The flannel shirt is a good option, because it’s light in an ideal way – it makes you feel warm, but not SO warm. A practical way to use it is matching it with denim pants, t-shirt and sneakers or boots for rainy days.
3- WITH HIGH HEELS
Yes, you can totally match your flannel checkered shirt with high heels – and it is really cute! Skinny pants, for example, can be an option for you to match with scarpins and do an unexpected combination. Try it in different outfits, in many ways!
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What about you: are you a fan of checkered shirts? How do you use it??
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