Wearing two solid colours makes a person look solid themselves, as if they were a two-dimensional picture. By breaking this solidity you can wear a sequenced T-shirt with the plain pants or patterned pants with the plain T-shirt.
Wear a T-shirt that you feel comfortable in. Feeling confident is an automatic tool that brings style in any look that you try. Feeling comfortable also means a well fitted T-shirt that you don’t have to constantly move or tug in order to be comfortable.
A T-shirt that was made to flow doesn’t fall in the ill-fitted category however the bottom part of your outfit should never be as loosely fitted as the top part. It may seem that you didn’t give your appearance much thought.
Certain colours tend to go better with the tone of your skin. You want the T-shirt to contrast with your skin so that you are more noticeable. The contrast also tends to bring out certain features in your face without adding a filter to a camera to make you look good.
If, for instance, you feel that what you are wearing is too bland, you can always accessorise with the jewellery. Alternatively you can add a belt that opposes the colour of the T-shirt because that’s how easy this century’s fashion trends are. An example of this would be a blue T-shirt with perhaps a dark purple belt with diamante on. It’s so simple but it makes you look good especially because the belt will be on your waistline making it appear that you have a smaller waist.
One very important thing about T-shirts is that you should never try to show too much skin. It’s flattering when you look smart and decent without having to hold your T-shirt down when you have to do something.