Why don’t you mesh it up! Fashion industry wants us to keep things relaxed and laidback, that’s why it offers so many sports-inspired clothes lately. In today’s blog post I want you to take a look at some of my favorite ways how to wear mesh. Forget about preppy and classic office looks, it’s time to don relaxed and athleisure garments. Make sure to show-off your inner fashionista to everyone around by rocking sneakers, baseball cap and plain tees in an oversized shape. Sure, you better make sure you are not looking like you are off to the gym, it will only make you look weird and funny.
If you want to give yourself a hint of a sporty touch or make a sexy move on the streets, then you definitely should add mesh to your outfit. Mesh by itself is a fabric with a perforated look, a network of wire that features a see-through design. Not so long time ago you might find it outdated and kitsch, but in today’s fashion world, we love to mesh for its luxe, sporty and relaxed appearance. I personally love to see women who are brave enough to wear mesh tops and dresses over retro lingerie, this is a perfect way to spice up the look. Just imagine yourself wearing a mesh top over a cool bustier which peaks from underneath.
If you are looking for a quick answer to this question, then I recommend to start from mesh tops, by wearing them with your everyday garments and then, once you know how it feels like to wear mesh, I guess it’s okay to experiment with different mesh layers, adding mesh skirts, as well as classic clothes updated with mesh detailing.
Mesh skirts are amazing and you can have so much fun with it. For instance, give a try to a black pencil mesh skirt by teaming it with black tight shorts worn underneath, or some kind of layer that covers your butt, so it makes you feel comfortable and safe. If you are not into revealing too much of your body, then you can always go for garments with partial mesh details, like jackets with mesh sleeves, or skirts, shorts, pants or dresses with striped mesh details. The best colors for mesh garments are black and white. I love to see ladies who mix up mesh with sneakers, slip-on shoes, and baseball caps, this simple addition makes them look more sporty and edgier.