How to Wear Oversize Pieces and Still Look Put Together

How to Wear Oversize Pieces and Still Look Put Together
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Oversized does not have to mean under styled. In fact, it can be quite the opposite, so step aside baggy jean-wearing boys from the '90s—this trend has been brought into the present thanks to designers who showed us that adding proportionally larger pieces to a wardrobe can be the ultimate statement in effortless chic.

Check out our favorite pieces below, plus advice on how to style them.

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Pair this shirt with black skinny jeans to help exaggerate the shape of the top even more while keeping your shape balanced. H&M shirt, $30; hm.com

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The ultimate in comfort and ease, this playsuit ensures you can get dressed and be out of the house within minutes—add some gold bracelets for color and you are good to go. Vetements playsuit, $895; farfetch.com

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This shapeless shift dress is made more interesting with the overly frayed hem. Put on a pair of gladiator sandals to add a touch of earthy goodness to your ensemble. Marques Almeida dress, $465; matchesfashion.com

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Oversized yet still maintaining a good dose of girly, complete this outfit with a super-simple pair of strappy sandals for a chic touch. Tibi dress, $775; net-a-porter.com

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Contrast this shirt's boxy shape with a cute A-line mini in an uber-feminine color or print. Giamba top, $495; modaoperandi.com.

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These pair nicely with a simple white T-shirt that's nether too baggy or too tight—that will keep that easy luxe feeling going. J Brand jeans, $422; mytheresa.com.

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