A plain T-shirt can be as fashionable as any other garment. Whether you style it beneath a jacket or on its own with denim, the right shirt makes a statement. And since you can knot and tie enormous clothes in so many different ways, they can be even better than standard shirts. A nice knot, tie, or tuck can drastically alter the profile and give it more structure. Such designs are ideal for the time now that the weather is getting milder and summertime is approaching. When dressed this way, they’ll look great with elevated jeans or shorts—or low-rise ones if you’re feeling frisky and putting your foot back into that polarising fad. Take a peek at how these actresses tie their knots.

1. Hina Khan

Hina Khan has indeed taken over the web with her nice outfit sense. Could there be a style Hina Khan can’t pull off? She certainly brings her A-game at all times. She can easily change into any outfit, whether professional or informal and master it in no shot.
She chose a nude color scheme for this outfit, playing up her trendy nature. A loose-fitting off-shoulder blouse with brown and white stripes and a knot clasp completed her look. She completed the appearance with a set of beige slacks and stylish white sliding. Her bun, which was simply knotted, offered a relaxed feel.

2. Karishma Tanna

Karishma’s black and white co-ord outfit was from the Wabi Sabi collection. Tanna looks stunning in this ensemble, which features a tie-up shirt and flared slacks that correspond. The bow knot tie-up is incredibly stunning and oozes vacation feelings without a doubt.

3. Mouni Roy

The Aztec-inspired striped outfit combined airy lines with playful prints, making it ideal for a day at the poolside. Mouni nailed the bohemian look by pairing her tie crop top with a ruffled midi-length skirt.
The bralette-style crop top had stunning inflated cuffs and a front knot. The tie blouse emphasized the actress’s contours while displaying her toned stomach

Along with these actresses, we’re likely to see a slew of others wearing knotted dresses this summer; design yours now!