Or you can wear your father's. Simply roll up your crisp white shirt sleeves and then roll up your blazer's sleeve slightly shorter than the sleeves inside to create that peek-a-boo or I-couldn't-be-bothered effect. You could wear it over a dress like DKNY on the left or go for the androgynous look on the right. Keep the shoulder pads if you're daring enough.
THE BOYFRIEND'S JEANS.
For feel-fat days. Pair it with a simple light pocketed cotton shirt and a wedge if heels are too dressy for you. Just be careful because not all boyfriend's jeans suit your body type.
THE BOYFRIEND'S FLANNEL SHIRT.
Okay. I believe Mary Kate first made the homeless look very chic, no? Whatever. Kudos to this bag lady for being the most unique and inspirational fashionista. I have a strong feeling her playlist consists of Motorhead, Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam and Janis Joplin. Anyway back to the flannel shirt, I think MK'S interpretation of the flannel shirt is the Scottish kilt which creates a punkish look while the lady on the right is just wearing it as it is. Very simple at the same time its almost preppy(also like a school uniform) with the vibrant colour which is attractive and fresh.
So yeah, I'm just kidding about getting a boyfriend.