I'm glad that you highlighted that. I regularly pair a slouchy Alexander Want-type of tee shirt with structured or more formal bottoms as well, or with a suit to give a less stuffy feel to an otherwise conservative look.
Now THAT is how to rock a pair of trousers! I would never think to combine wide legs pants with an oversized tee but here it is perfection. How does she do it without looking oversized herself? It's probably down to the Italian genes and those fierce platforms I spy peeping from under those high-waisted beauties. Either way I'm both impressed and ever-so-slightly envious. X
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Cute, but I'm not exactly thrilled here. Her pants are too big, as in really too big. They need to be hemmed and brought in through the buttock region. Too bad for they are truly lovely. Not so thrilled about the top either, would have liked to see a crisp and cleaner looking "real t-shirt", maybe out of silk or pima cotton. She looks relaxed and I love her look, just a tad too sloppy. Love her sunglasses and the jacket looks fantastic, like the other reader I would have loved to see it on her.
When I first saw this, I loved it. Then I looked at the D&G show that you posted, and I loved that… more. I love clothes that fit tight to the body, even though that means that I have to diet occasionally.
Fantabulous! Nothing precious here–she's somehow like a modern Rosalind Russell or Myrna Loy. Love the fit of the pants, esp. the length; they'll look even better when the back hems get roughed up a bit from being stepped on. The shirt's great, too; it's loose but not billowy and seems to be a real t-shirt (as opposed to something made from a "fashion" fabric forced into t-shirt shape), so it drapes naturally.