The perfect white number by Stella McCartney.
So we all have one or two, it will be undoubtedly tucked away in the dark recesses of our wardrobe, as usually the limelight is selectively bestowed on the current seasons must have, or on sacred Vintage treasures. The white T-shirt has always been in its simplicity, regarded as one of the purest definitions of style, that is, if you know how and what to wear it with. In the past two seasons designers seduced us with that covetable Lux trend, this season a more modest garment emerged on the S/S runways, so much so that I have actually never seen so many Stylists, post-shows make their way to Harvey Nicholls to grab themselves the perfect white number by Stella McCartney.
On the other hand, I hear your thoughts, is it almost too basic? And you are right of course, it is hard to edit the look for fear under styling and looking rather boring, or to appear to be wearing the usual white t-shirt and trouser combo.
So here is how to inject a shot of uber-style in this white staple, we have pulled the hottest looks for you from this seasons collections.
Rock it, as Balmain does tucked into leather shorts or a skirt it will make a stylish addition to your off-duty wardrobe, add sandals for a cool weekend look.
Minimalist and pure, as Chloe shows us how to play the trend with figure hugging clean lines perfectly tailored for a feminine finish, edit this look with lux accessories and bright-red lipstick.
This is a take on marine chic. Team it with printed shorts and add a statement satchel and cocktail ring to stay cool in the heat.
This is the biggest trend of the summer, Colour block skirts, they are everywhere. To make the white stand out choose a flashy coloured skirt long or short.
If opting for a total white look as seen at Max Mara, add a pop of colour with your belt, shoes, and sunglasses.
Hayley Bevan is a Stylist based in Chester. Visit HBStyling.com for an up to the minute take on your look. Hayley who is a Graduate From London Schoolof Fashion will transform your look.