A good chambray shirt is a tried and true wardrobe staple, and for good reason: Denim is the one fabric we can't live without. A denim or chambray top is so versatile -- you can wear it as a blouse, a dress, or even as an extra layer.
While you might think of a chambray shirt as a summer staple, it's totally wearable in winter too! Here are two ways to style a chambray shirt right now, for day and night:
How to Style a Chambray Shirt for Class:
This oversized denim top can be paired with everyone's most worn item around finals week...leggings. An oversized denim top and a good pair of leggings form the perfect combination, creating a look that's made for attending classes. The outfit is super comfortable and so easy to pair with accessories: These taupe boots and bag are great options.
You can also wear this look by adding a white T-shirt underneath and wearing the denim top open. It gives the outfit a layered effect. These simple pieces give you a great foundation to play around with. You can even add a belt, giving the look a completely different vibe. There are so many different combinations, your options are limitless!
How to Style a Chambray Shirt for a Night Out:
Throw caution to the wind and wear this oversized daytime top as a nighttime dress. Add on a pair of thigh-high leather boots and your look is basically complete. If you're feeling more casual, feel free to keep on those leggings from earlier or switch it up with a leather pair.
You’ll need a bag of course to really complete this look. How else will you keep track of that new lipgloss and all of your other valuables? However if you need a little something extra to take the look to the next level, add on a pair of statement earrings. These earrings from Free People will definitely make a statement, if those boots aren't statement enough. Go for a bold shade; a red hue is the perfect choice as the has been popping up all over.
Do you wear your chambray shirts in winter?
If so, how do you style them? Are you in the "chambray is only for the warm months" camp? Tell us in a comment; we'd love to discuss.