Skirt­ing the style

Crisp white against a smor­gas­bord of prints is the ideal way to ace ca­sual cool trend. Here’s how!

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - Arpita Kala arpita. kala@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

Acrisp white shirt paired with just about any­thing, or even on its own, is the ideal way to look stylish in­stantly. We spot­ted a bevy of celeb fash­ion­istas rock­ing breezy printed skirts with white shirts at re­cent red car­pet dos.

So, if you are look­ing to up­grade your work­wear wardrobe or just want to get more out of the tow­er­ing pile of shirts in your cup­board, this is the per­fect way to go about it. Here is our pick of celeb in­spi­ra­tion to help you get this look right. Do re­mem­ber to iron the crin­kles out of your shirt for an el­e­gant, chic look. Pick­ing out the right footwear to go with this out­fit is a cinch, too, as long as you opt for mono­tone or neu­trals that match your shirt or the dom­i­nant hue of your skirt. You can also opt for heels to bal­ance out your vo­lu­mi­nous skirt.

SAIL­ING IN STYLE Nau­ti­cal-inspired top and fun-printed skirt is the fun way to style your white tee. Get inspired by ac­tor Kan­gana Ra­naut to rock some sneak­ers while at it.

AB­STRACT AT­TRAC­TION Reg­u­lar white shirt can be glammed up in­stantly with a fu­tur­is­tic, ab­stract printed skirt. Take cue from ac­tor Son­ali Bendre and jazz up your out­fit with a tassle neck­lace.

PIC­TURE OF POISE Ac­tor Tisca Cho­pra’s crisp white shirt and silk skirt out­fit makes for ideal work­wear. Add more charm to your look with per­fectly-co­or­di­nated footwear and clutch.

MONO­TONE MAG­IQUE Go­ing black and white is a sure-shot way to add glam to your out­fit. But ac­tor Tay­lor Schilling takes it a notch higher with her grey stilet­tos. Go sans ac­ces­sories to keep your out­fit sharp.

A FLO­RAL FI­ESTA Ac­tor Mar­garita Le­vieva makes this quirky A-line skirt with tiers work with sim­ple styling. A slinky satin top, black belt and match­ing stilet­tos com­plete her look to the tee.

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