Tuesday Tips: Wovens, Styled

There is something about a woven that just feels like home.

The best ones are those passed down from your dad’s college wardrobe, but we will settle for ones that play into the trending looks of the season.

When we think of home, we think of the crazy nights we spent avoiding curfew and the comfort of landing in our bed afterward.

So – for us, styling wovens has become something similar. We want a button-up that can hang with the coolest friends, while not looking out of place curled up on an over-stuffed loveseat.

That’s where a little styling comes in handy.

Meet our off-the-shoulder crush.

The quarterback of wovens, MVP of our hearts.

Staying true to our letterman roots, we kept it casual with the latest from Puma. #heartthrob

BKE Flannel shirt

Criss-cross, applesauce – neighborhood hopscotch just got more intense.

A deep crossover tuck gives this comfy fabric some edge. This serves as the perfect excuse to resurrect that favorite denim skirt (or, better yet – get that new one you’ve had your eyes on!).

While the hometown isn’t always the place to test trends, we think this one will deliver.

The white woven – two ways.

Gilded Intent high rise ankle skinny

Two, one, or no sleeves – we’ll leave that up to you.

Our personal favorite is woven turned summer daydream, below. Tell us this isn’t the perfect use of that oversized woven you have on reserve for ‘those days’.

comfort = trend setter = yes

BKE Textured Shirt

Regardless on whether you are into a tried and true plaid, or really are looking to make a statement that you’re beyond those high school parking lot hang-outs.

At the end of the day, everyone loves the hometown hero – especially when it’s in a soft neutral with all the right intentions.

BKE plaid shirt paired with Mile High Levi’s and C.C. Panama hat.

Now, if someone could point us in the nearest direction of that overstuffed loveseat…

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