Three Creative Ways to Style a Tie Up Top

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Tie Front Top (here) / Levis Jeans (here) / Camelia Roma Bag (here)

A staple of my summer wardrobe is definitely the tie up blouse and I have been reaching for it constantly throughout the scorching summer days in Melbourne! The brilliant feature of this style of top is its versatility, meaning it can be worn a bunch of different ways. Keep reading to see the most fashion-forward and fun ways to style this classy and cool top.

#1 Back Bow Tie

The first way to style this blouse is to tie a pretty bow at the back. This look is perfect to wear with your trusty Levis blue jeans for a daytime look. You can also pair this with some dark wash skinny jeans and stiletto heels and you are sorted for date night! I would recommend wearing your hair up in a topknot or high ponytail. In addition, you can add a pretty layered necklace to elevate this look.

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#2 Front Knot

The best way to balance the front knot would be to wear a pair of jeans or a maxi skirt. This will be sure to even out the low neckline so there is not too much skin on show! This style would look amazing with a cut-off denim skirt or a pair of black or red vinyl pants. For jewellery, a delicate gold pendant necklace would also add some attention to your collarbones, which is always a plus!

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#3 Wrap around

Finally, wrapping the blouse and tying a bow or knot at the back is another sure-fire way to look effortlessly put together. Wrap tops have a certain more dressy style to them therefore this look would be perfect to pair with some printed pants. Additionally, a leather skirt would work well if you’re heading out to dinner and drinks with the girls.

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  1. These shots are so amazing they look like they could be in a magazine! I love the jeans especially paired with the top – plus the three great ways of styling it! x

    Tash | natashatodd.co.uk

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