Long sleeve shirts for women: Warmth and style
Why freeze in a cami when you can put on a comfy long sleeve shirt? When temperatures drop, your sleeves should get longer. That way, you'll stay toasty no matter how much chill there is in the air. Don't worry: You can be warm and still stay cool at the same time if you style your long sleeve shirt properly. From button-down shirts to thin, lightweight knit jumpers, there are plenty of options to keep you looking trendy and fun all the way through the winter. No woman's wardrobe should be without these cosy essentials, so clear some space for yours!
Creating the perfect warm outfit with a long sleeve shirt
Some women believe that it's hard to stay cool if you're covered up – but in trendy long sleeve shirts, that doesn't have to be the case. To balance your long sleeves, you could go for a mini skirt on your bottom half. Alternatively, put on some tight trousers or skinny jeans. You can also look for long sleeve shirts with interesting necklines, which will keep any kind of frumpiness at bay. V-necks, scoop necks, and collars are all good choices. Finally, don't be afraid to roll up your sleeves! Push them up to bracelet length, or even all the way to your elbows, for a casual, undone look that's great whenever you want to dress down. A trendy new style is to combine a turtleneck long sleeve shirt with an oversized print shirt, lots of necklaces and a warm down jacket. Try it out now, it'll look very casual and laid-back!
How to accessorise long sleeve shirts
Do you usually wear a watch? You may have to take it off to embrace long sleeve shirts. If you've chosen a thicker fabric, no problem; however, in a thin fabric, the lumpy outline of a watch under your sleeve can be distracting, and not in a good way. Similarly, take care when wearing bracelets. You can still embrace them, but only if you're trying to make a statement. For example, try an ultra-thin black top with long sleeves, and layer a number of skinny bangles over one wrist, on top of the fabric. The key here is that it must look deliberate: If your bracelets are hanging half in and half out of your sleeve, you'll look a mess! Of course, if you want to keep it simple, avoid any accessories on your wrists, and stick to a necklace or earrings instead – a much safer way to get in style! To highlight your sense of style, try and combine your long sleeve shirt with statement hair accessories such as a colourful hairband!