I love the style principles expressed in Lana's look here. Playing with varying levels of formality always appeals to me. She's taken one of WWE's coolest tees - Naomi's "Feel The Glow" top - and modified it to a cropped style with a V-neck. Matched with a sailor mini skirt and a satin peplum jacket, the super-casual tee tones down the more polished pieces and gives them a quirky, attitudinal twist. Bright shoes add an extra pop of interest. To go graphic a la Lana, head over to WWEShop.com and pick up a Feel The Glow tee ;)...or, start with any graphic tee you have. You can do a slouchy half-tuck for occasions that require a bit of modesty or do a DIY-crop by knotting it at your waist or above. Any neutral pencil type (not bandage/tube) skirt will work on the bottom, even if it's not a mini. Knee length is an equally functional proportion. For fabric, think cotton sateen, twill, finely woven wool or a hefty jersey - anything with a refined feel to contrast with the streetwise chill vibe of the tee. You can also go with a flared or circle skirt. Again, a mini length will work, so will to-the-knee and midi. Wide pleats do wonderfully and don't be shy about using a tulle or lace piece if that floats your ducks ;.) You can ttly do this sans jacket on warm days, but for chillier ones, consider a classic and casual black denim one. Leather or a satin-y bomber are other fab alternatives. Pop the look by picking shoes in one of the shades that's in your tee...or, if your tee is all-neutral, just go for a color you love wearing. Bright lips and nails bring in a trendy 80's redux feel. If your tee has multiple colors, like the one I selected, pick a nail shade that blends the two for a sophisticated color story. Hope this inspires you to try some graphic content in your look ;) Happy styling!
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