A fashion stylist reveals exactly how you should wear your long-sleeve tops, and claims she’ll never go back to wearing the usual
- The fashion influencer revealed how she styles her long-sleeved shirts
- Lina Noory says she never wears her shirts the ‘right way’ now
- She said she’s obsessed with a hack she first found and shared in 2022
The fashion influencer has revealed her favorite way to style a long-sleeved shirt – but says to make it work you have to wear it back to front.
Lina Noory, who has more than 850k followers on Instagram, says that hacking can turn an ordinary, oversized shirt into something much more exciting.
‘I’m obsessed, I love how it works,’ she said posing for the camera.
Fashion influencer Lina Noory revealed her favorite way to style a long-sleeved shirt
In her video, she showed off a silky pink shirt before putting it on ‘upside down’.
She put her left hand on first, then twisted the shirt once before putting her right hand on it.
‘Then you zip it all the way up, pull the shirt up to fasten all the buttons,’ she said.
She then tucks the collar and shirt bottom into the pants to complete the look.
“This trick works best with a top that’s looser or at least one size up,” she said.
She also said it can help to leave the top button undone if you’re having trouble tucking in your shirt collar.
And people were delighted with the video.
‘Now I have 30 new shirts, thanks,’ said one woman.
‘This is super cute, but I think it only works if you’re thin,’ said one woman.
She started by showing her shirt in front of the camera, never buttoning the top
‘I just tried this and I never want to go back to normal wear,’ boasted one woman.
Others were not convinced.
“I’m very uncomfortable, I tried it and it’s suffocating, and I feel like the buttons are going to tear when I raise my hands,” complained one woman.
‘The neckline looks pale,’ said another.
‘That looks awful, I’m not sure why you think it looks good,’ added a third.
Others accused her of tailoring the video, claiming she was wearing two different shirts.
‘It’s a different top – when it’s turned around you can’t see the buttons on the back,’ one woman said, echoing others.
The video was viewed 16 million times and more than 340 thousand people liked it.