Different Ways of Styling Oversized Shirts

by Buki Brand Fashion Blogger

Yes, we love a beautiful halter dress and rely on tight bikini bottoms to get us through the summertime, but because we love curve-hugging silhouettes does not mean we don't have room in our closet for loose, breezy pieces as well.

Despite the fact that luxury technical clothing and large shirts are now considered a fashion standard, many ladies didn't start wearing them until the 1920s. It was a method of defying the current societal ideal of feminine appearance, which emphasized a woman's figure at the time. Oversized shirts, on the other hand, now allow fashionistas to express themselves via the comfort and may be dressed in a variety of ways.

With summer well underway, it's time to be extra inventive when it comes to pulling together the ultimate baggy ensemble.

Style It With a Knot

When paired with a mini skirt or high-waisted, baggy pants, an oversized shirt knotted into a tube top can really dress up an appearance, and it will highlight your dimensions. Extra credit if your bottoms include a quirky feature like frills or a design, which may provide another layer of enjoyment.

Step Up Your Game With Heels

A warm oversized shirt and knitted shorts are ideal for a cold summer night, while heels elevate the look. Despite the fact that most of us have restricted choices for getting out this summer owing to the epidemic, this attire might work wonderfully for a backyard barbeque, complete with social distancing.

Do it Right: The Bare Minimum

A dress can be made out of a huge men's button-down or menswear-inspired shirt. If you don't want to wear pants, match them with southwestern boots for a unique look. It's so basic, but it creates a big impression.

Letting It Loose

We all have to go full-on baggy now and again. This particular design option is really comfy and gives the impression that we are wearing nothing at all. Calf-length stockings and slip-on Vans will let you express your inner '90s rebel.

This laid-back vacation attire doesn't get any cozier than this. Tuck your oversized graphic shirt in and replace your standard blue jeans with a white pair that's great for summer. The style is finished off with a bomber jacket and hoops for a smoother experience from day tonight.

Play with Patterns

Breaking the rules with confidence is part of owning a great fashion sense. With flowery pants, you may wear an enormous, checked shirt. This is all about the colors. The calm blue and green hues allow the design combo to succeed.


Adding sneakers to your oversized shirt will make you look chicer. Check out Buki Brand for more technical fabric clothing.

Author’s Bio- The writer is an avid online blogger. The article is based on technical clothing. 

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