This look can work with any short sleeved button down & a black short sleeved sweater.. though the latter is slightly strange- a slightly loose or thicker knit short sleeve tee can work too. Just make sure:
-Sleeves are long enough to cover the button down sleeves (there are some pretty vintage sleeveless shirts out there too that are prettier than they sound)
-The black sweater/tee should be a scoopneck or v-neck.. don’t wear a high crewneck or you’ll look like a schoolteacher. The sexless, strict, only-in-movies kind, that is.
-If your sleeve do fit under your sweater, make sure they don’t pull the sweater & make your upper arms look weird. If it does just cuff the shirt ever so slightly over the sweater.
And behold.. one of the most widely adored KB looks ever.
Just in case anyone was wondering, I do believe that this dress is by Catherine Malandrino :) Who is both french & a little bit badass, so it’s not surprise to me that Stana Katic approved.
It’s entirely possible I could be wrong on this one though. I can’t for the life of me find a picture of this actual dress. Oh no, the lack of sleep & inability to watch tonight is getting to me..
Confession: I’m almost as into design as I am to fashion, so Beckett’s cozy-chic-world-traveler apartment is perfection to me.
"Style is knowing who you are, what you want, and not giving a damn" -Gore Vidal ........................................................... What I love: fashion, books, flying, race cars, adventures, chocolate-chip cookies, the ocean, heels, interior design, landing in a new city at night, mashed potatoes, kicking ass, waffles, sequins, the number 11, fresh bread and olive oil, and walking around the grocery in sparkling heels because I forgot to buy milk.