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Oversized simplicity

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So, yes, it’s acceptable to wear your boyfriend’s, manfriend’s, husband’s, whoever male’s shirt as long as you keep it real.

I’ve never been a huge fan in officially snitching my (ex-or actual) boyfriend’s clothes… not least because I found it a little ridiculous in styling up some things, which are just not meant to fit me (in the size’s matter but more in a style’s one).

However, it seems like last Sunday I broke with these anti attitudes and lost my virginity to this simple white “slightly” oversized shirt.

I always liked looking at it but what about me on a day, which is meant to go out a little thanks to that unexpected Spring breakout!?

Why not trying it on a simple basis?

I already knew that it might look a little sad on me  when wearing it to… let’s say to a mini skirt; but what about some easy denim and wedges I don’t wear too often but eventually fit to that lose look?!

I guess I won’t keep it up with that look and take it into my wardrobe forever – but laziness and curiosity ruled over my general habits.

Have a nice Sunday!

Cardigan: Nautica

Shirt: Dsquared2 (Men)

Denim: Koral

Wedges: Buffalo

Bracelet 1: Michael Kors

Bracelet 2 (gold + black): Tory Burch

Sunnies: Ray Ban

Bag: J. Crew

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About Author

Anna

With an Austrian and German background, Anna has lived in London for almost 7 years now. La-Pulcinella.com started as a personal fashion & lifestyle diary in 2009 and was re-launched in 2015 with a new design.