Your Little Tee
One chilly morning, you grab a little striped French tee shirt to wear over your JV lingerie. Looks great. A sporty twist for a chemise, a nautical foil for floral prints and lacy details. Under? Over? Doesn’t matter. Also cute with tap pants, silk trousers, etc. Jane’s Vanity understands the allure of the tee.
The French design house Cadolle captures the flirty tee look with its skimpy Jardin Set. The sheer cropped short-sleeve shirt, in beige tulle, is licked with garlands of black floral embroidery. It is a tee with sheer potential. Memorable bare, with matching thong panty. Delicious to layer with a camisole. Jazzy with a slip dress on a special summer evening.
Karolina Laskowska riffs on the tee shirt with her Antheia Bralette Set design. Unlined and completely transparent, the black and gold lace bralette has a cut-in high neck that reaches the throat with scalloped detailing. Wear it under your sailor suit? High-waisted, high-leg panty to match.
In warmer weather, a camisole can be the lighter version of a tee. Lots of ways to experiment. It could billow or go slim to emulate a sailor’s singlet. Vannina Vespirini is the go-to for the famous caraco camisole with its joyous mix of colors. Her Intemporel Petunia Camisole is mouth-watering in fuchsia stretch-silk trimmed in burgundy lace. Go sheer with Elise Anderegg’s Olympia Pink Lace Camisole. Go long with Cadolle’s Lady Sheer Striped Slip with its sexy ultra-high side slits.
Your summer tee-like uniform could also be the simple kurti shape. Try Morpho + Luna’s Nina Ajour Night Dress. Practical yet dreamy in semi-sheer white linen and ajour detailing. Let it float you through your day.
JV suggests that you grab the tee shirt idea and run with it into the sunshine!