As I have mentioned in last posts, the embroidered shirt is an essential piece to be fashionable this fall. Embroideries have inundated many garments’ designs, from jackets, shirts or trousers, to even bags or boots; as you can see, there’re plenty options, so you have no more excuses to join this trend of details, colours and floral motifs.
I opted for the classic shirt in oxford stripes but in a renewed version, with a bardot neckline, or in other words, off the shoulders. I consider this garment to be quite versatile as it offers endless possibilities to be combined.
All the clothes I’m wearing to create this look are available at Zara (located at the ground floor of the shopping centre).
Finally, my main advice to this trend is: don’t overdecorate your embroidered looks. Choose basic and simple clothes to wear, as I show you today, and above all, never include two embroidered garments in the same look, nor include several patterns, as the result won’t be harmonious to sight. What do you think about this trend? Have you added any embroidered garment to your wardrobe yet?
See you next time.