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Dec 10, 2012 9:09pm
User_img_not_found_01_med wangliying 20 posts

For centuries a womens shirt has been a fashion statement. They come in an abundance of shapes, styles, and designs. There’s really not a limit to the style of event you will be attending, or whether you need to wear a uniform shirt for work tomorrow. A shirt can let someone know what your interests are, what they enjoy doing on their free time, what they enjoy doing with their time. There’s no one style of shirt that’s better than the next, styles of shirts vary with the times although there are some classic styles that never go away.

Let’s take a look at a recent trend and popular woman’s style t-shirt that is worn today. What was once popular in the seventies has now begun to be popular again today, the v-neck shirt. They allow you to look skinny, they give off a persona of relaxation which most women want. There’s not much more elegant and sophisticated then a clean white v-neck shirt. You’d be surprised how many men and women enjoy the look of a v-neck shirt. You should let your bust line decide which v-neck style to buy, as there are shallow and short v-neck styles shirts. If you have a larger bust, you will want to check out a shallow v’neck style shirt.

If you are a younger woman, check out the classic baby doll t-shirt design. These are generally tighter fitting shirts that have small sleeves, and tend to use stretch cottons, and are shorter in design to show off your waist line. Because of the design, baby doll shirts should really only be worn in extremely casual environments. Many department stores will sell Baby doll shirts, and you can even find them in casual stores around the mall as well. Don’t get stuck with a baby doll shirt in the winter or fall months as its far to cold to wear.


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