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Tucking, Turning & Twisting

By : haley 27 Comments

Hi all! I am trying to stretch my wardrobe a bit by tucking, twisting and turning items in different ways to create looks that normally don’t work. I would not usually wear two flowy/baggy items together because the outfit would lack shape. Instead, I tucked the side of the top into the skirt. It’s a pretty basic trick, but it helps break up the outfit. Like the high-low skirts or tops it gives the illusion of a longer body. I picked up this little trick from blogger, Kendi Everyday, she is the tucking master. She always slips the front of her sweater into her jeans.

You guys are the true critics—do you think this works? Do you have any other handy tricks for tucking or rolling an article of clothing to make a look come together?

Categories: Outfits

27 thoughts on “Tucking, Turning & Twisting”

  1. You look lovely. Kendi kills it. I think you’re rockin it. Glad to have found your blog!x

  2. Great boots they are adorable.

  3. You look adorable! I love everything about this look, especially the skirt!


  4. Love this outfit! That necklace is beautiful!

    xo Emily Beth @ Inspired Attire

  5. Hi! You look super cute! The boots are awesome. I’m always tucking, twisting, etc to change up a look and add more interest to an outfit…I used some of these techniques in my post today! Come check’em out…


  6. Personally, I love the tucking! =) Great look! Love the red skirt!

  7. You look super cute! The boots are awesome. I’m always tucking and turning pieces to make them work or just to add more interest. My post today was about manipulating pieces around a single dress to create multiple looks. Come check’em out…



  8. You did a wonderful job at making two baggy pieces work for a chic outfit. LOOOOVING your hair too!

  9. Totally love your style and blog! <3
    Let me know if you want to follow eachother 🙂


  10. I agree with the other comments—You look lovely!


  11. I think it works perfectly! Plus it gives us a peek into the hidden details like your belt 🙂

  12. I say yes! You pull of the midi skirt…and I like it best without the jacket actually. Cheers!

  13. I like the whole outfit! Especially the bright red skirt and the leather jacket! 🙂

    XO Nat
    [nat in love

  14. you’ve got a great mix of budget friendly items here while bringing tons of style. loving that vintage necklace too!

    thanks for stopping by my blog! i’m following you now via bloglovin.

  15. Loving this entire layered look. The jacket just makes it all tie together. As always, you are adorable, girl!
    xo TJ

  16. Like your boots! Love this saturated color!

    My blog http://www.y-yulia-yudina.blogspot.ru

  17. I love this look and I am obsessed with your booties!!! They are so cute. I do the same thing, it makes any look effortlessly chic! 🙂



  18. red & grey is one of my favourite colour combinations! i love the long skirt.

    Katie x

  19. I adore the necklace!!

  20. The two baggy pieces work well together, sort of creates a low key hippy vibe. Love your blog! thanks for the comment on mine! xx

  21. Thank you for your comment! Haha, it’s actually a playlist on my blog so you can hear more funny songs if you click next hehe…

    Cute outfit – love the skirt! In one photo the tucking looks out of place but in another it looks cool so I’m not sure if I’m honest lol 🙂 and those ankle boots are awesome xx


  22. Merry christmas!!! <3

    X Jenny

  23. You look great! Love this look – very stylish!

  24. I love this outfit! I think as long as you create a waist somehow with a baggy outfit, you’re golden. All these pieces come together in such a pretty, relaxed way.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier with a lovely comment!

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