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Short sleeve tops: trends

Short sleeves, a round or V-shaped neckline, no collar and usually made of soft cotton or viscose – these are the key characteristics of a T-shirt. Originally only worn as an undershirt, over the decades it has earned a place on the international fashion stage. It might have been helped along the way by Marlon Brando and James Dean, who made it a cult object in the 50s.

What to wear with short sleeve tops

As simple and nondescript as some T-shirts can be, in the right combination they can be absolutely amazing. Boyfriend jeans, trainers and a close-fitting, white short sleeve top are all you need for a super cool look. You could also go for a skilful style contrast by pairing a T-shirt with a floor-length skirt or short pleated skirt. The T-shirt is also a loyal companion for yoga, walks and bike riding.

Exclusive fashion tip

A short sleeve top in an oversized look is also super trendy right now. The good thing about the oversized cut is that it suits everyone, irrespective of age, clothes size and figure type. An important styling tip here is to toy with contrasts. The oversized top should always be in focus. It should not have to compete for attention with wide, baggy trousers or a swirling skirt.

Short sleeve

Short sleeve

Short sleeve tops are multi-functional, super stylish and have cult status.


Top with a satin front
Polo top with a knit collar
Top with a minimalist pattern
Top with colour blocking
Top with a front motif
Top made of flowing viscose
Polo top with a knit collar
Statement top
Striped cotton top
T-shirt with a leopard print
T-shirt with metallic embossing
T-shirt with a statement print
Cotton statement top
Casual basic top
Cotton top in a striped design
Material mix top
Material mix top
Statement top
Statement top
Striped top with a burnt-out effect
Top with a decorative appliqué
Blouse top in a mix of materials
T-shirt with lettering
T-shirt with lettering
T-shirt with lettering
Top with lace
Mesh top with a check texture
Mid-length sleeve top with contrasting lace
Flared double-layer top
Flared double-layer top
Flared double-layer top
Striped top with glitter effects
Mid-length sleeve top with ties
Striped cotton top
T-shirt with a satin front
T-shirt with a metallic print
Mid-length sleeve top with ties
1/2-sleeve top with a drawstring
Blouse top in a mix of materials
Blouse top with a stand-up collar
Blouse top with a stand-up collar
Flared mid-length sleeve top
Statement top
Casual basic top
Oversized top in textured jersey
Top with lace
T-shirt with a front print
T-shirt with a floral print

Short sleeve tops: trends

Short sleeves, a round or V-shaped neckline, no collar and usually made of soft cotton or viscose – these are the key characteristics of a T-shirt. Originally only worn as an undershirt, over the decades it has earned a place on the international fashion stage. It might have been helped along the way by Marlon Brando and James Dean, who made it a cult object in the 50s.

What to wear with short sleeve tops

As simple and nondescript as some T-shirts can be, in the right combination they can be absolutely amazing. Boyfriend jeans, trainers and a close-fitting, white short sleeve top are all you need for a super cool look. You could also go for a skilful style contrast by pairing a T-shirt with a floor-length skirt or short pleated skirt. The T-shirt is also a loyal companion for yoga, walks and bike riding.

Exclusive fashion tip

A short sleeve top in an oversized look is also super trendy right now. The good thing about the oversized cut is that it suits everyone, irrespective of age, clothes size and figure type. An important styling tip here is to toy with contrasts. The oversized top should always be in focus. It should not have to compete for attention with wide, baggy trousers or a swirling skirt.