We have shirts in all kinds of silhouettes. And now, we need the half-and-half shirts that have been spotted on celebrities and street style stars recently.
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While it started with the men's fashion, the trend slowly spread to the women's department too. Big fashion houses like Prada, Burberry, Versace, and Vetements have jumped on the bandwagon and launched collections of half-and-half apparels both for males and females, from coats to dresses and button-down shirts. However, the easy-to-wear shirts reign supreme in Summer, but we are expecting the trend to take off and expand into Fall/Winter fashion.
Collections for Fall/Winter 2018 /Credit: Vogue
The clash of different prints made the half-and-half shirts a streetwear must-have, and perfect for those who do not want to look the same as everyone else. Jeff Goldblum wore a Prada piece on his TV appearance, and K-pop star Shinee's Key put on a Burberry piece for a magazine shoot recently.
Jeff Goldblum wore a Prada piece on his TV appearance /Credit: Anna Jay
K-pop star Shinee's Key put on a Burberry piece for a magazine shoot /Credit: Instagram @beautyplmagazine
To cater to the ladies' needs, Prada also launched similar half-and-half shirts for women, and street style stars quickly took them up. Wear the half-and-half shirt with shorts, tie it up into a crop top, wear them with a maxi, the styling possibilities are endless.
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If you are not willing to pay sky-high prices for designer half-and-half shirts, and your next door fast fashion store still hasn't come up with one yet, cut two pieces of your shirts in different prints and sew them together. I think that will definitely be unique!