In today's post we want to draw your attention to women's long sleeve shirts that are must have of the next year. There are still ladies who afraid of these tops, as they think that all these styles are meant only for men. There are so many interesting designs to try on with your existing wardrobe staples. You are going to see beautiful chambray styles, cotton classics, tie collar designs, animal printed ones, heavy fabric creations and many other comfortable variations. The best part of wearing this staple is the mix and matching variations, that allow you to wear it with shorts, skirts, pants, jeans and sometimes even with dresses. Each of these tops add an instant cool and sophisticated vibe to any outfit. Check out some of the cool ways to wear a long sleeve shirt this year.
Almost every piece adds a special touch to the overall outfit, no matter if it comes in one color or bright prints.
A.P.C. keeps it 1970's inspired. We see a tie collar garment tucked in high-waist blue pleated, A-line bottom.
Those of you who love bright designs will sure fall in love with Barre Noire leopard printed stand up collar top. As you can see, there is a chance to style it with cool knee-length shorts and leopard printed sandals.
Keep it mannish and office appropriate. Here we see an awesome look from E. Tautz that includes a dark blue white striped blazer and pinstripe shirt tucked in white pants.
House Of Holland offers a floral heavy fabric design that reminds us of a hippie look. It's paired with shiny, glossy A-line mini.
Another awesome look that includes a shimmering floral button-down tucked in high-waist iridescent, glossy pink bottom.
J. Crew offers a light blue button-down (looks like a lightweight blazer) with patch pockets that is worn atop gray tank and teamed with light khaki wide shorts.
Katty Xiomar offers a Peter Pan collar shirt that is styled with a relaxed vest and printed slim-fit trousers.
If you want something that is ideal for wearing in your everyday life, then we advice to go for Meshit look. We see a grey white button-down that is paired with dark blue silken pants.
If you are creative lady, then you possibly will like Naco Paris look that includes a printed shirt in orange stripes and dots that is tucked in elastic waistband orange bottom.
Those of you who love mixing up things, then we recommend to try on a chambray patch printed shirt tucked in relaxed, loose-fit ankle-length skirt.
Brand Sandwich offers an abstract printed, silken design that is tucked in a slim fit khaki trousers.
Here we see a white button-down in orange polka dots that is tucked in pale orange, cuffed slim-fit jeans.
Keep it sporty and relaxed. Here we see a beautiful chambray shirt tucked in navy sweatpants.
Tomas Maier delivers an indigo button-up that is tucked in pleated below-the-knee skirt.
The light blue design looks great tucked in wrap, knee-length bottom. Try on this outfit as your everyday wear.
Baum und Pferdgarten offers a monochrome printed staple that is tucked in elastic waistband leather mini skirt.