The Half Tuck

We’ve been talking about style a lot lately; the artful way we wear our clothes that give us an edge. We love a look that is uncomplicated and casual,yet somehow pulled together. Great style is that little something that makes the “cool girls” look cool in nothing more than jeans and a tee shirt.  Today, my friends, that extra something is the “half tuck.”

Tucking just a little bit of your shirt into your pants not only gives an air of “I just threw this on” chic, but showing just a couple of inches of  waistband lets the world know there is a body under there. That little connection makes a billowing shirt seem less overpowering, and a little sexier at the same time.

Check it out for yourself. Fabulous belt, optional.

A denim shirt and sweats with great style

A denim shirt and sweats with great style

Chic volume control

Chic volume control

Half tuck your tees, please!

Half tuck your tees, please!

Show off your belt

Show off your belt

Break it up!

Break it up!

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4 Responses to “The Half Tuck”

  1. alexiackelly Says:

    Love your blog!! Check mine out! Alexiackelly.wordpress.com 🙂 🙂

  2. Marla Says:

    I don’t recall when i realized this was “a thing” but it is. And the reason I love it is camouflage. I think “half tucked” is somehow less revealing.

  3. Margie Says:

    half tucked does not look accidental, it looks silly and contrived, “I threw this on and then half tucked so I will look cool” and aren’t we all so over this fad?

  4. this post Says:

    What’s up, just wanted to tell you, I liked this blog post.
    It was practical. Keep on posting!

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