(please excuse the gross hair)
let's talk more about workwear.
i love a good shirt. it is the best way to achieve a more polished and refined look. however, i always face the conundrum of whether to tuck or not. my preference for wearing most shirts is the half tuck/front tuck, however this is way too sloppy for work.
my problem with a tucked-in shirt is that 1. they look much better tucked into a high waisted bottom, and 2. i just don't have the body type for it. my torso is relatively stumpy, so i find it hard to get proportions right. i'm also pear-shaped, so tucking in only serves to accentuate my hips and belly (undesirable) and often accentuates further stumpiness. my preference is to leave shirts untucked, however this can also proove sloppy and often shirts are the wrong length for it. due to said stumpiness, shirts tend to be too long for me.
this asos shirt is cropped enough for me to not have to tuck it in, but it isn't so short that it's midriff-baring. i love it so much, i bought 2. it is not often asos produces a gem, as i would say that generally their products are of poor quality and make (i end up returning 90% of the stuff i buy from asos - when will i learn?). however, this shirt is a great find! it's a mix of polyester and cotton which makes for easy ironing, but also means it's breathable and durable. it's also a great piece to transition from your work wardrobe to everyday. i can't recommend it enough. it also comes in black, blue and various patterns.