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Tops & Sweaters: The Lopsided Tuck Never Goes Out of Fashion

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This is how we used to tuck our shirts in high school—lopsided in the front, hanging over the the back. It was the '90s. These days, we prefer more grown-up shirts—like this Dries Van Noten V-neck sweater, $618, and Haider Ackermann knit top with silk detail, $515, both at Antonioli—they come better than our high school tops, and they're definitely more expensive. But the technique hasn't changed a bit.
· Antonioli [Official Site]