First Styling Gig

First Styling Gig – Shirt Dress. Casual Elegant attire

 “Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” — Joshua J. Marine”

As we ascend the ladder of successful fashion ideas, we were honoured with an all-new opportunity in the previous week.

With the first styling gig, we have more great news to share with our readers, which will be out in the next Glittercut Post. SO, stay tuned.

Last week, my sister-in-law and I were out on a shopping spree and for the same, I put together her outfit. (more like shaped it up).

First Styling Gig – White Shirt Dress

First Styling Gig - White Shirt Dress. Casual Elegant attire . tips to fix a shirt dress too loose or too long
A shirt dress shaped up.

For this casually elegant look, we have a long shirt dress in pure white made of synthetic cotton paired with skin-tight dark blue denim and a greyish blue satin hijab.

Footwear:

In order to give the outfit a casual hint, we opted for the black and white chunky sneakers.

However, to make the attire perfectly elegant and chic, so the chunky sneakers can be replaced with heels or mules of your choice.

The colour of the heel can also be shocking red or black to add drama to the look.

Accessories:

Now here is the fun part.

She walked out of her room with the shirt dress on with the denim, which was a faux pas. The long white shirt was loose, misfit and most of all it was too long enough for her to trip over. Hence, we added a silver link chain waist belt. With the belt’s support, we tucked the shirt upwards making it bulge at the waist for the sides and shortening its length simultaneously.

The belt with the shirt’s upward pull shaped up the outfit stunningly. The belt saved the day. Also, we added a silver bracelet to decorate the wrists.

Do let us know in the comments below if you have any better ideas to fix the long dress shirt.

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