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November 03, 2011  | by: Lindsay Shoemake

Throwing your favorite winter cardigan over a basic tee is the perfect way to bring the look into the present season.

With winter nearing full force (isn’t it odd saying that?), many fashionistas fear that their beloved and well-worn T-shirts will be banished to the back burner of their closets until next spring.  Thankfully, this notion is completely false!

Wearing an edgy bib necklace add punch to a basic tee.

One way to spice up your spring and summer T-shirts is through statement-making necklaces.  The best kind of necklace to add character to an otherwise nondescript tee is a bib style (left), with a lot of detailing and personality.  By wearing a necklace that isn’t too long and that hugs the neckline of the tee, an elegant feel is instantly bestowed upon the simplistic garment.

A second way to bring your tees into the next season is through layering.  When you think about it, T-shirts can be layered under or with practically any winter piece in your closet.  My personal favorites include wearing brightly colored tees under warm cardigans or wearing a tee over a button down for a preppy, put-together feel.

A final way to add a wintry air to T-shirts is by wearing them under structured blazers in the workplace.  Nothing screams ‘chic’ like a punch of fun color peeking out from under a black blazer!  Although it is cold outside, you don’t have to relinquish your love for summery colors.

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