The weather is getting warmer and it’s time to break out the shorts, skirts, tanks tops and dresses! If you’re not into showing a lot of skin or feeling too exposed but want to be fashion-forward this spring season, there is one item that can help you achieve both goals: the tied up top. This style trend has been seen on celebs like Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner over the past few months. These celebrities have shown us that dressing in a tied up top doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort or your personal style – with these 16 stylish outfits as our inspiration we hope to show you how easy it is too rock this look for your next outfit!- tied up top
worn as a bodysuit, tied in front or back
can be worn with shorts for an easy day outfit and dressed up with heels to wear it out at night!
Midi skirts are perfect for this style trend because they show the length of your legs while still being comfortable. You could add some color by wearing them with bright colored tights like these orange ones from Steve Madden ($19). Pairing one of our favorite necklaces, such as Kate Spade’s Alena Necklace (sold exclusively on Nordstrom.com), would make any ensemble look fabulous – especially if you want more coverage without feeling limited in movement! If you’re looking to go completely barefoot but not bare all, this style lends itself to booties like these from Vince ($195).
This trend is so simple but adds just enough edginess to any outfit.
tied up top with heels or boots to wear it out at night!
It seems like every top and dress on the market these days is “zip up” or has a zipper at the back. This means that no matter what size you are, everything fits! I love this trend because it makes things so much easier when dressing for work in an unpredictable office environment.
Tied Up Top: The first outfit we have here is one of my favorites. It’s kind of retro inspired with its high neckline but also very chic. A tied up shirt can be worn tucked into pants or skirts to create a different style look without having to change your clothes between lunch time and post dinner drinks – just tuck it all in as if you’re going out again (after washing your face).
The top knot: Let’s face it, the tied up shirt has been around for a few seasons now and you may be wondering how to step things up. The answer is in your hair! This style will keep those pesky locks off of your neck and give you an updated look that can take anything from work to date night with ease.
Zipper dress & jacket: If a zip up front isn’t right for what you’re wearing today or if it doesn’t suit the occasion (for example, wedding) then this one should do nicely as well. I like pairing these dresses with jackets because they look more put together than when worn by themselves – just make sure not to wear them both at once unless that was the intention. Cropped top: The first time I saw this trend, I admit that my response was a little less than thrilled as it seemed like something we had seen before. But then again, there are always new ways to do things and this is one of them! That’s all you need to know for now – the rest will be revealed when the right opportunity arises.
Outfit with shorts or skirt: When it comes down to going out in public because you’re just feeling too comfortable at home (or vice versa), make sure that your outfit has some coverage on those legs! It may seem obvious but not if you’re around kids; they’ll never let up until they catch a glimpse of what’s under your short skirts or shorts.
Tied up top: The tied up top is a trend that has been around for some time but it’s just starting to gain traction with the fashionistas of today! This is one outfit that can be worn in any situation whether you want to dress it down or make an impression. All seasons are fair game when wearing this style, and since there are so many ways to tie your shirt together, we’re not going unless that was the intention to give examples, but instead we’re going unless that was the intention just talk about some of the many ways you can wear it.
The first way to tie your shirt is by putting a knot at each side or on one shoulder and then looping that same side’s hem over so that the end hangs down in front of your other arm like fringe. The second option is wearing it as an off-the-shoulder top which looks great with denim shorts and boots for fall! If you want a more casual look though, try tying up only one side while leaving the other free; this will create a wrap effect if paired with high waisted bottoms such as leggings or jeans (or both).