We also have our thumbs on our hands. It could be chicken skin for some, its thighs for others. While friends and family are calling us crazy and asking us to get over ourselves, sometimes the best way to feel better is not to draw attention to something that makes us upset-and it’s my heart. Though I do not think my body should have to be covered, sometimes I just want to. And, my prerogative should be this. But with the rise of the top going out and the lack of fashion for spaghetti straps, I’m left with a dilemma that is how can I wear a top that’s sleeveless and still feel comfortable? Sometimes when I like to cover up in some situations or layer up my look these styling tips are a practice to do. But yeah, let your confidence shine without layers or with them. It does not matter!
Layer it with shirt. Everyone has just been serving up a tricky tank top style solution and a shirt would be so perfect. This is theoretically one for the cooler months when crazy weather means layering is a must. To postpone jacket season, wear a crisp, starched shirt. Aha it would look so lovely when you layer sleeveless tops with a shirt. Mix and match and experiment with what suits you and with which one you like.
Buy a blazer. A structured layer that you can drape over your shoulders will make you feel much more relaxed. The blazer is the solution to this.
Wear it with a Tee as an under layer. Make the daytime argument for a slinky slip or a post-watershed top by channeling the ’90s with a wearing white tee below. It will not only add structure, it will also brace you for the inclement weather.
Layer it with a cardigan. While cardigans undergo a rebrand, we still aren’t persuaded of their edginess. But, on the other side, we can get down with the silky mint top.
Layer it with a shawl. The notion of a shawl seemed to be so moving right up until Paloma Elsesser brought this tangerine fantasy of an Adam Selman outfit to the CFDA red carpet. Suddenly the idea of a silk wrap suddenly seemed to be the definition of trendy. Vended.