Tied up with the Corset Blouse

Once in awhile a little micro trend comes along that gives your wardrobe staples an update.  So many SS17 runway collections celebrated the mis-section and it’s continuing for Autumn-Winter.

Break in, one of my favorite pieces incorporating this new styling trend from Self-Portrait.  Canvas with chic black piping fitting for a monochrome transitional solution which will elevate your denim look.

Several social media style setters have been wearing wide waste belts and laced bodies over their shirts and dresses.

Well, they were good enough for the victorians.

Now the joy of this Self-Portrait piece is that

tit does all the work for you.  Just button, lace, and go and you’ve moved ahead on the new season already.

The alluring thing about this trend, is that it is very flattering on most body shapes.  Making your waist look tiny, creating a feminine silhouette leaving you with a curvy, sexy shape.

Back the corset shirt with jeans or skirts.  Tuck them in or wear it out, the choice is yours.  There’s no reason why you can’t take your coolness to the office or take your smart shirt out for drinks.  Over the coming weeks you’ll notice all sorts of built in corsets.

I’ve paired mine with the jeans I wear everyday and new favorite slides, keeping it September friendly.  Later I’ll wear it with velvet.

So excuse me while I put on my corset top and get wasted.

A monochrome edit that crosses all budgets along with a token stripe and check piece.

  1.  Prince of Wales check belt  2.  Black corset mini skirt 3.  White Topshop sweatshirt 4. Anna October blouse 5. Moto belt 6. Striped poplin blouse  7. High wasted black corset jean 8.  White Maxi skirt

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