For all of you who get bothered by the straps or simply feel better when you’re wearing a T-shirt with a dress, there’s a great style: T-shirt under a dress. Slip-on dresses are trendy right now, which look almost like slips, as if they belong to the world of lingerie. This type of dress is very sexy and insanely beautiful with a blazer and a pair of high heels, a trinity that forms a great evening outfit. They also look good, when you wear a T-shirt underneath, especially if it’s a basic white T. It’s all about creating a contrast between sporty and elegant.
Even a T-shirt with a print can come in handy, because it doesn’t always have to be purely white and basic. Printed T-shirts are in and you can style them with a neutral, simple dress. Personally, I opt for stripes; I adore them, as you know, and there can never be enough of them. Not only can you wear them individually, but also under a basic dress (it doesn’t have to be short like in the pictures, it can be the normal knee-length).
Slip on dresses are perfect for in between seasons, when you style them with light sweaters or long sleeve shirts. Definitely opt for lightweight fabrics, which will complement the soft falling dress perfectly. Dress with wide sleeve blouse or ruffled sleeves is another combination. There really is a lot of them around, and again, you should pay attention to their dimensions, because they shouldn’t be too loose around your body; keep in mind that you’ll wear a dress over it, and it’s not supposed to gather.
Short sleeves are a good solution for dresses with plunging necklines or open backs. The combination of the dress with a T-shirt is perfect for preventing possibly awkward moments. Another plus of a short sleeve T-shirt is that it provides new opportunities for evening or difficult dresses as daywear. It’s a good solution, because it turns an evening dress into an everyday outfit and proves fashion is multifunctional.
Lace slip on dresses, which look like mini or long sophisticated slips, are another story. It’s fantastic, if you can wear it individually, but keep in mind that a white T-shirt will turn it into a perfectly wearable, undemanding piece. There are practically endless possibilities to styling shirts under dresses; just as dresses come in a wide variety of shapes, shirts can vary as well: sporty, cotton, silk, lace, satin, printed … It’s true, of course, that dresses can be any possible colour, pastels and bold colours, the latter reign in the summer. So, if you like layering and feel like playing around with different lengths, this is the perfect opportunity.