How to Wear Women's Basic Tops & T-shirts
The magic of women's sleeveless tops and tanks lies in the fact that you can wear them all year long! When the weather is warm, sleeveless styles are a great way to stay cool and breezy. Then, when temperatures begin to drop, there are an infinite number of layering options you can choose to take these items with you into the chillier seasons.
What to Wear with Basic Tees, Tanks, and Sleeveless Shirts
Since these types of garments can be worn during all four seasons, there is no shortage of styling options to keep your look fresh, relevant, and on-trend. During the summertime, we recommend styling your basic tee or your favorite sleeveless number with a pair of high-waisted or mid-rise shorts – you can either tuck your t-shirt in, wear it loose, try a half-tuck, or even tie it in a trendy front knot if there’s enough fabric at your disposal!
Also during the summertime, if you work in an office, you’ll need to dance a fine line between feeling too hot during your commute and too chilly at work. Try pairing this type of top with a lightweight trouser (think cotton or linen) to stay cool on the move, and pack a light knit cardigan in your work bag to wear at the office if the AC is running full blast.
During the winter, you can pair any basic tee or tank with a warmer sweater: try cashmere, cable-knit, or wool styles for starters. This type of layering looks effortlessly put-together, and if you’re going for a more professional look, opt for a blazer or embellished sweater (think classy beading or chic embroidery) instead. Don’t forget to vary your look with cardigans of different lengths: a cropped fit is great for a sharp, clean look, while a longline silhouette is more funky and relaxed.
The best thing about our selection of basic t-shirts and tanks for women, is the multitude of color options available each season. Every timeless piece is a foundational building block for your seasonal wardrobe as they can easily be mix-and-matched with multitude of items from each collection.