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Tribal's Women's Blouses & Shirts

A chic women's blouse or shirt is the perfect way to make a fashion statement, and the good news is, there is nearly no limit to what you can do with these types of dressy tops! Their versatility is their strength: a minimal blouse goes wonderfully with a pair of patterned leggings or ripped jeans, and a patterned shirt is an ideal match for a skinny trouser or dark-wash jean. Whether you're looking for dressy blouses for work or play, we've got the style you've been looking for!

How to Style Blouses & Shirts For Work or Play!

A great blouse can be worn in any setting imaginable. It can be dressed up for a night on the town or a day at the office or dressed down for when you still want to feel fabulous while running errands or spending a relaxing day with your family. What's great is that they're so versatile in the way they can be worn, and comfortable too! 

For a night out with friends, stick to darker-wash pants (jet-black or midnight blue jeans or trousers are best) to go along with your blouse for an effortlessly chic nighttime vibe. Chic blouses are also incredibly fun to accessorize with layered necklaces or trendy scarves. 

When it comes to office wear, blouses and shirts are an excellent way to look put together with ease. Especially if they have long sleeves, they can often negate the need for a blazer when paired with a sleek trouser, making for super-simple, hassle-free outfit planning. Top off the look with an effortless top bun, and you're ready for those 9-5 vibes! 

Are Women's Blouses & Shirts Business Casual?

Yes, absolutely! While terms like "business casual" can sometimes be a head-scratcher, this category generally refers to a look that is not quite as fancy as a two-piece suit, but a notch or two above your cutest pair of jeans. A business casual outfit should give off a professional vibe, so in the case of blouses, you can pair them with trousers that fit like a charm and are work appropriate. 

How to Best Organize Women's Blouses & Shirts

Blouses and shirts are best stored on a hanger to avoid wrinkling and creasing: you want to make sure that your nicest pieces enjoy a long life inside your closet, and look flawless whenever you reach for them in the morning. If you're out of hangers, we recommend only folding blouses that are made of wrinkle-resistant materials, such as polyester.

What to Wear Under a Sheer Blouse

Sheer blouses are so popular but and can easily be incorporated into your wardrobe! You do have a few options to style up your sheer blouse. For one, you can pair it with a bandeau, which gives you the needed support. If you're feeling flirty, slip on your loveliest bralette instead! Need to keep it a little more PG? Thin camisoles are your best bet.

How to Wear a White Blouse Casually

There's something about slipping on a pair of light wash jeans and a crisp white blouse. The style is timeless, and so effortless. You could also roll up your sleeves, and tuck your favorite white shirt into a denim skirt for an instant playful yet trendy look. 

If you're going out on a date, transform the classic blouse-and-trouser work style into a stunning date night look by playing around with a plunging neckline. For lazy weekdays, match an oversized white blouse with black leggings for a simple and cool vibe. 

How to Wear a Tie-Front Blouse

Tie-front blouses are synonymous with warm breezy summer days. Pair a tie-front top with a pair of leggings or a short jean skirt for a head-turning look. If the bare midriff look isn't for you, roll up the sleeves and wear it with a layered tank underneath.

Blouses and shirts for women look most casual when paired with jeans and a flat shoe giving you a modern look that's more polished than a simple t-shirt or sleeveless top. If you want to take your look a notch above, a great pair of pumps give your outfit a subtle touch of class.

We recommend skinny jeans if you've chosen a loose-fitting blouse to balance out your outfit, but you can always reach for slim-fit or boot cut bottoms if your shirt is a little more fitted. The goal is to create the most flattering silhouette possible... not like that would be difficult for you to do!