doesn't matter to me.
If it sparkles there's a good chance I'd buy it.
I got this shirt while I was still in college so I've had it for a while. Unfortunately I can count on one hand the number of times I've worn it. While I was in NewSource, I could't wear sparkles and a sheer shirt on camera because that wouldn't come across very well, and, being honest here, the collar is a bit itchy. Lugging around my backpack, lunch, and a dog means an itchy neck is something I don't want to have to deal with.
Sometimes I'll button the shirt all the way to the collar, other times I wear it like such. Depends on my mood. Also there are times I don't feel like dealing with a sheer shirt. I do think I'd wear this shirt a lot more if it was solid rather than sheer. There are just days I don't want to deal with an undershirt..
You can't tell from the picture, but the shirt is a high-low style, meaning the back hangs much lower than the front a la the mullet. In addition to that the shirt was sold with the front panels tied at the bellybutton. While I sometimes tie it, it ends up untied before I leave my room.
One of the trickiest things of this shirt is the color. It's a green-blue-turquoise that doesn't match anything depending on your mood. I do have a pair of yellow pants that I could wear with but something about me isn't a fan of that. The sparkle should be the focus and a yellow pant doesn't exactly go unnoticed.
|Obviously Bogart didn't find |
this look very thrilling.
I'm learning to love this — and the similar styles hanging in my closet — top and plan on wearing it more. Since it's sheer and lightweight it can be easily worn any time of the year. The sleeves have a button and a looping fabric that makes the sleeves ¾ allowing for some ventilation in our southern swelters of summers.
What style decoration makes you weak in the wallet?