I found this picture in my archives, and I can’t help but wonder why I didn’t share it earlier. When Guess invited me to be part of their new campaign catalogue, along with a few other bloggers, I gladly accepted. It would be the closest I would get to being a model Though the catalogue never did see the light of day, for some reason, I did manage to get my hands on my shoot. I have to say that I am quite proud of my wardrobe choices in this particular pic.
I am usually not one to experiment with the ‘shirt and tee’ combo. I used to do it when I was in college but don’t dare anymore. I remember a time when I used to do blue checked shirts with basic white tees inside.
I am relatively old school in that respect. If I’m wearing a shirt, that’s all I will wear. If I’m doing a tee-shirt, I’d rather not layer it with a shirt. However, being influenced by Guess’ fabulous spirit, I decided to give it a shot, and the results are interesting. Or at least, I should think so.
A super causal blue linen shirt was worn over a white printed tee, paired with one of Diesel’s fabulous denims — it’s always classic no-nonsense dark denim for me, a Bell & Ross watch and denim loafers from Pedro (Singapore).
So guys, what do you think of the ‘shirt and tee’ combo? Do you think it works for you? Have you phased it out of your wardrobe? Or do you think it is still trendy? I’d love to hear from you.
PS. Please excuse the tag at the bottom of my jeans, I was trying on clothes in the store and forgot to tuck the tag in!