Shirts are a fashion staple. They can be dressed down and dressed up which makes them an integral part of anyone’s wardrobe. Shirt with trousers or shirt with jeans, shirts with dresses if you’re feeling a bit fancy but why must one stick to the conventional norms of how a shirt is worn.

From London Fashion week to Milan to now Paris two key trends have come up : The never ending sleeves and the one shoulder .

Never ending sleeves are going to be the next fashion trend that picks up as winter crawls into our lives. Transform your shirt into a boat neck blouse with never ending sleeves by simply opening up the collar and putting it in place to look like a boat neck . Start buttoning the shirt from where you feel it sits right on your bust. I paired this sequin detailed shirt from (check out my Instagram page for more details) with a patterned sequin black pencil skirt . Adding some edge to the outfit with these metal studded heels .Talons D’or lets you build your own customized heels. From the heel type to the fabric used to the heel height you can customize everything . For further details check out their Instagram page @talons D’or.



The other runway style to rock is the one shoulder look. It is going to be the next ” cold shoulder”. To restyle your shirt as a one shoulder wear the shirt with one sleeve and shift the shirt towards that side of the chest . Button down the shirt and turn the collar inside to hide it , now take the other sleeve and sling it across your shoulder and carefully tuck it in on the shoulder of the worn sleeve. For any queries you can contact me on Instagram @aanchalrai.1



Shirt by :

Skirt by : Monsoon, London

Heels from :Talons D’or


Hey guys ! We are team Stylelocked. Being design students we are both passionate about all that is quirky and creative. Being fauji brats we’ve travelled all over and have experienced diverse cultures. So if you love fashion and want to go easy on your pocket , Stylelocked is the place for you. We love restyling, combining different styles and creating our own statement.
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