Deconstructed shirting can come in many different forms—it's essentially just a shirt, worn differently and/or in a new way. It could be re-worked in the way it's sat on the body, or it could have an extra long sleeve, or cut-away neckline.
We first spotted the trend last year, with brands like Tibi and Strateas Carlucci leading the way, and we saw more than one designer embrace the trend at fashion week. Anna Quan, Albus Lumen, Bec & Bridge, and Michael Lo Sordo were amongst the mix.
Aside from the runway, the trend was everywhere on the street (I even dabbled on day two with an oversized Topshop shirt). Are you convinced to try the trend?
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