The Best White T-Shirt for Every Body Type

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The Best White T-Shirt for Every Body Type

The Best White T-Shirt for Every Body Type

No wardrobe is complete without a good white T-shirt. It’s a total closet staple that can be dressed up or down and make you feel like a million bucks—whether or not it costs that much. But not all white tees are created equal. Here’s how to pick the best one for your body type.

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IF YOU HAVE NARROW SHOULDERS…TRY A CREW-NECK TEE

Ladies who are slight up top: Look for a T-shirt that sits on or very close to your collarbone. Crew-neck tees draw the eye out to your shoulders, making your upper body appear more balanced and proportioned.

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IF YOU HAVE BROAD SHOULDERS…TRY A SCOOP NECK

On the contrary, those of us with an athletic build should seek out a looser scoop neck, which softly drapes over your shoulders, creating a feminine silhouette.

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IF YOU HAVE A LARGE BUST…TRY A SUBTLE V-NECK

The one thing well-endowed ladies should avoid is a high neckline (getting into dreaded uni-boob territory). Instead, opt for a ladylike flash of décolletage to highlight your collarbone. Just make sure the V skims the top of your cleavage.

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IF YOU HAVE A SMALL BUST…TRY A TEE WITH POCKET DETAILS

Flashy details like patterned pockets might be a bit of a nuisance if you have larger breasts, but smaller-chested ladies should totally embrace them. A strategically placed pocket or bit of text can actually create the illusion of curves.

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IF YOU’RE APPLE-SHAPED…TRY AN A-LINE TEE

To win the war against muffin tops, look for a white tee that flows over—not hugs—your midsection. Enter: the non-clingy A-line cut.

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IF YOU’RE PETITE…TRY A KNOTTED TEE

This one’s a little bit more of a styling trick. Smaller ladies know that too much fabric can swallow your frame, so stay away from longer, tunic-like tees in favor of shorter silhouettes. And since crop tops can often be boxy, consider knotting a regular, slim-cut tee right at your waist to define your shape (or snagging one that’s knotted for you).

 

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