As I’m nearing the end of my second year of university, I will be heading into the Alberta School of Business at UofA. And that means that my wardrobe is going to have to become a lot more professional, but still stay true to my typical Taylor style. Tucked-in shirts have always been the epitome of classic and polished. However, there has always been a tiny problem with tucking in shirts. They never stay tucked in. During a busy school or work day, I always find my shirt getting all rumpled and slipping out and by the end of the day, I don’t look so polished anymore.
But I have some good new for you all. Bradamant has solved all of my problems with their line of bodysuit shirts. Each top has an attached bodysuit bottom that ensures the shirt will stay tucked in all day. It’s genius. And best of all, they have so many different styles of shirts ranging from traditional button-up blouses to fun prints and tanks. The style I picked out is called the Closer and it’s a gorgeous drapey turtleneck that hangs nicely in all the right places.
I paired it with printed snakeskin jeans. I love that I found a top that finally looks nice tucked in with these pants so I can show off the leather detailing on the pockets. Matching taupe accessories and black boots finished off the look. Because I was feeling so colourless, I also added a matte red lipstick from Nars that contributed to the chicness of the whole look.
Top- ℅Bradamant // Jeans- Zara // Boots- Kate and Mel via Town Shoes // Purse- Marc Jacobs // Watch- Fossil // Lipstick- Nars