Now, THIS is a challenge! I swore to all that was holy that I would never ever get a spirit jersey. They are big, boxy, but tapered enough at the bottom that they don’t hang right on you. They are just plain, well, not a good look. My opinion, of course.
But then, Disney did this to me…
Needless to say, I bought a spirit jersey. Get your own here. Once I received it, I had to take scissors to it first to remove the high neck. T-shirt surgery tutorial here. Make sure you don’t cut the back too low to keep the awesome lettering on the back. Then I cropped it off so I could wear it with high-waisted leggings or skirts.
Because the top is so voluminous, you need to balance out the bottom of the outfit with something close to the body. Balance is key.
For our latest outfit of the day, I am styling a kimono-style jacket. Now, I know that this isn’t an actual Kimono, but this cut and style is called as such in stores, so I am using the term as reference and not under the delusion that it is an actual Kimono.
I have a few of these jackets, and I love the ease in which they can take an outfit to the next level.
I have a goth style on in this post, but I also have a buffalo plaid one and a navy blue one covered in stars that I pair with my super hero tees.
If you’re like me, you are not a shorts person. Not that I have a problem with my legs showing, after all, I wear a number of mini-skirts, but I just don’t like the way they look on their own. So, I decided to create an outfit using shorts and a t-shirt in a different way. I hope you like it!
So, first off, the shorts are a comfy stretch denim Bermuda short from Lane Bryant. Their denim tends to fit me well, but you choose whatever store makes your preferred jeans to find your shorts. I also picked a longer cut because my thighs pretty much require it. Super short shorts ride up too much to make room for my legs, so I went a little longer.
I went with a more goth look here, but you can pick any tee that suits you to go with the shorts. This tee is from Hot Topic.
I put on tights from Snag under the shorts with tall boots. You don’t have to go with tights, but again, with my “ride up” situation, putting tights on helps the shorts stay put for me.
You can go with a combat boot, tall boots like I did, or a super clunky sneaker to complete the look. My boots are from Forever 21.