SEVEN chambray shirt inspirations! xPosted on: March 10, 2015 by Yummo Mummo
A chambray shirt. It doesn’t get much simpler than that and it’s sure to be a staple in many wardrobes stylishly worldwide. I wanted to show you some ways I wear my chambray shirt, to give you some YummoMummo inspiration. You know I love to play and have fun with fashion and style, so I have dived into my accessories and wardrobe and brought you SEVEN chambray outfits!
I have thrown my chambray over my blue summer dress. Yes, there is a dress under that shirt. Add my summer fedora hat, a cross body bag and I look like I’m heading out for some stylish errands in comfort and fun. Imagine if the shirt was buttoned all the way down. If so, I would leave it unbuttoned and suggest tying it together at the waist. (I have done this with a blue plaid shirt that suits this blue dress).
Chambray shirt and blue jeans! Denim on Denim, read more HERE. This is how it’s done! Throw on some simple chandelier earrings to add some glitz to a very simple base.
With a military print pant. I love how the green tones and blue chambray work together. I’m wearing some super fun feather chandelier earrings in a soft pink tone to add even more fun to this outfit.
With a stripe skirt. I added a flower to the chambray pocket for a little something extra. But I like how the chambray makes the stripes really POP. Add a cross body bag and some fun earrings or stacked bracelets. (I had my three year old “behind the scenes” so this was a quick outfit).
I love this combination. So much fun and it makes me want to go out RIGHT NOW to a champagne lunch with some girlfriends. The chambray compliments the blue in the skirt and I have added a belt to finish off the outfit. Love how the earrings totally pull out the blues in the skirt too.
This is a very casual and comfortable outfit option. A super long and flowing black skirt, chambray shirt over and a belt to add some definition to my waist area. A fun necklace for a little something extra.
What was your favorite chambray shirt inspiration?