DIY style twist: the tie-up shirt

Not only is this a simple but vibrant Spring look (the red lipstick and red heels work wonders) but it also demonstrates one of those great little styling tricks that instantly adds something to an outfit. You don’t need an actual tie-up top for this, simply take your staple basic white shirt and tie the ends together into a knot. Voila – an effortless way to decorporatise a business shirt.

Tie-up shirt street style

Photo taken in New York by Mr Newton.

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