It's slimming. It's still white! The sleeves are 3/4 length and role up perfectly. I suck at rolling up sleeves so they look effortless and chic. This shirt makes it easy.
It has a placket in front to keep the gaposis away. You can see a bit of a button struggle happening but the tiny little buttons on the underside are strong and holding.
I was surprised to discover it's Riders by Lee. I looked for more online because I need about 3 or 4 more and was heartbroken to discover this particular style doesn't seem to be available anymore. Big sigh.
I kept the outfit simple with my favorite pair of broken in jeans and wedge peep toe platform shoes that feel like I'm walking on air. Topped it all off with a colorful cape.
With the exception of the gifted cape and one of the bracelets, the entire outfit is thrifted. Thrift stores are a great place to find basic closet staples. A well made garment can still have a lot of wear left in it. These particular pieces were very affordable with nothing costing over $6.
I'm glad my eyes have been opened to thrift store whites. I see endless possibilities ahead.
Do you buy white clothes at the thrift store?
THRIFT Riders by Lee white shirt - Uniqlo jeans - Natural Comfort peep-toe wedge - red / black bracelet GIFT cape from Ethiopia - bracelet from Kenya