How to Style a White V-neck Shirt

by Befancyanyway

Hello ladies! The weekend is near and I’m looking forward to it! Today, I’ll be sharing ways to dress up or down that staple piece in your closet: plain white v-neck t-shirt. I’m sure you have one in your closet, we all do and sometimes the simplest piece of clothing can be worn with just about anything. It’s so many ways to style this closet favorite. Let’s get into the looks I’ve created. You can grab this shirt here

Ankle Pants

For this look, I paired the white t-shirt with high waist ankle pants and flat sandals. Throw on your favorite ankle or crop pants in your favorite print and grab your sandals. You’re ready for the weekend!

Denim Skirt

The denim skirt is slowly making its comeback and I love a good denim skirt. For this look, I went with a darker wash denim skirt, nude tone heels, and belt. I’m ready for date night or summer concert. Add your favorite clutch and accessories to give this a finished looked. 

Black Pants

I’m headed into the office and I want to look pulled together without the blazer. This would be the perfect outfit for the office. For this look, I went with black wide leg pants, black vest and red heels. I’m not only ready for the office but evening cocktails with friends. 


If you're a midi-skirt lover like myself, the white t-shirt is your go to shirt. For this look, I paired my white tee with a printed midi-skirt and nude wedge espadrille. A very cute and casual look for anytime. For a more professional look, throw on a blazer or a cardigan. 


This look is for my casual ladies that don’t want to guess what to wear. For this look, I grabbed my favorite sneakers and joggers for a laid back look. Great outfit for a quick store run or a little shopping for the day. 

I hope these looks have inspired you to elevate your white t-shirt. This closet staple is fun to dress up or down. Let me know in the comments, how you would style your t-shirt. Happy Styling! 

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