Sometimes I like to make up fashion rules in my head that may or may not actually exist. My roommates made me aware of this strange habit in college. Today I need you guys to tell me if this rule is real or if it is a figment of my imagination.
The rule doesn't have a name but it goes a little something like this: if you are wearing something loose on bottom, you should wear something fitted on top. Likewise, if you are wearing something super tight on the bottom, you should wear something a little more loose on top. I'm not sure where this came from, but I have lived by this rule for quite some time. So, when I bought these Gap Jeans, I never imagined wearing them with anything else besides a fitted top.
I haven't actually worn this outfit out in the real world because I just don't know if I can break this Monica Rule.
If you're wondering why that shirt looks familiar, it's because I wear it all the time-see here and here. It's just so comfortable and airy. It works well with the stifling humidity.
Shirt: TJ Maxx Jeans: Gap Belt: Thrift Store Shoes: Target
So, can I go out in public with a double flowy ensemble? Or, should I just keep wearing these jeans with fitted tops?