French tuck it in high waist jeans and let it bunch up in all the right places. Accessories should be streamlined to counter the volume.
Use it as a base for a statement coat.
Or even a brocade dress. Keep the buttons undone and add tall boots — the look is sexy yet covered up.
Let it hang out with a flowing maxi. Unexpected meetings on weekend suck but if the crop up you'll look ready to rev.
The off-duty model is so 2016. We're all about the off-runway look now. Beauty case mandatory.
And to think this outfit would have fallen flat without the red belt. That's how you make an accessory work the outfit.
When you’ve got a good shirt with a stiff collar, flip it up and top it off with a chunky gold necklace.
19th century booties give interest to a white shirt, tweed skirt and quilted bag combo.
Roll up those sleeves and shift the collar backwards to expose the back of your neck.
What we said before, but shrug the shirt all the way down if you're wearing mum jeans. Something's gotta give.
An ensemble that includes a short sleeved shirt under a utility vest and high socks should strictly be in black and white, lest plumber references.
Don't let the mismatched whites throw you off. This is the only time it's ok to call a look "effortlessly chic".
Take your T-shirt knotting skills to crispier avenues.
Undo the sleeve buttons and swap pumps for Teva sandals. You're no OL.
Double the wear of your white denim jacket by rocking it as a shirt.
Striped whites add more depth than plain ones.
It's all you need to break up a crazy set.
Layer a crochet top over it; lose the coat if you're in warmer climates.
Do one better and layer another shirt over it and perform the half-and-half tuck. Yeah we just made that up.
in case you weren't aware, twice the collar is twice the fun.
Who said you can't wear a couture dress on the streets? Add white shirt, add leather jacket and kill it.
The right tie or brooch freshens up a tried and tested routine with jeans.
A black blazer isn't boring if you're only somewhat committed to wearing it and you look at it over tinted lenses.