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Wear it your way

BUST A MOVE You’ll need 1 x T- shirt and 1 x shirt 2.

1. Put on your fresh, well-fit­ting T-shirt. Throw bor­ing out the win­dow by but­ton­ing your favourite over­sized shirt up over your bust, without putting your arms through the sleeves. The top but­ton must do up above your chest - think the 2000’s boob tube trend without the risk of a nip slip. Wear a padded bra if it feels a lit­tle loose. 3. Tie sleeves in a bow be­neath your bust. Or cross sleeves at the front, un­der your bust, tak­ing them be­hind your back to knot the cuffs.

WANG GANG Feel­ing hot and both­ered? Do like the 2014 Alexander Wang ob­ses­sives by leav­ing all but the top col­lar of your shirt un­but­toned for a su­per sexy, un­done op­tion. Best paired with high-waisted jeans, we rec­om­mend wear­ing a bustier or crop top un­der­neath, for ob­vi­ous rea­sons.

WATCH ME WHIP Aussie blog­ger Sara Don­ald­son of Harper and Har­ley said good watches should al­ways be seen, “so over the sleeves they go”. We tend to agree. Not only great for en­sur­ing you aren’t late for an im­por­tant date, time­pieces are a fab­u­lous re­flec­tion of per­sonal style. #

TIPS • Gucci Gucci Goo! If you’re tuck­ing in your coat-tails, ac­cen­tu­ate your waist with an eye-catch­ing, brass buckle belt. • Show­ing off your lace bralette is not for­bid­den, but as a rule of thumb, no more than three but­tons should be left un­done. •...

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