Easy Outfit Upgrade: Roll Up Your Sleeves

(Source: FameFlynet Pictures, PacificCoastNews.com, Gvk, PacificCoastNews.com)Button-up shirts and slouchy tees have become wardrobe staples over the years but just because a piece is permanently established in your style lexicon doesn't mean it has to get stale. In this case, all you have to do is roll up your sleeves and werk (we had to say it).

Long sleeves on a button-down blouse are a little too office-appropriate when left buttoned at the wrist. A messy—never perfectly tucked under—roll of the sleeve and you transform from 9-to-5 cubicle inhabitant to off-duty celeb. Taylor Swift, Olivia Palermo and Heidi Klum all have the slightly disheveled roll up down to a science. Exhibit A:

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(Source: FameFlynet Pictures)Olivia Palermo Takes a Stylish Stroll(Source: PacificCoastNews.com)Heidi Klum Arrives at LAX(Source: Gvk)Tees may be our favorite comfortable layering piece of all time but they can also get boring after a while. The always uber-hip Chloe Sevigny shows us how to keep things interesting by cuffing her tee's sleeves. This little change takes her look from basic to rocker-chic in one simple step.

Chloe+Sevigny(Source: PacificCoastNews.com)This is one styling trick that's easy to translate to your own wardrobe. It's best attempted with sleeves that aren't too fitted—the goal is not to cut off your circulation! Loosely roll your sleeves until the cuffs are tucked under and remember to avoid perfect rolls. You want this to look effortless, not meticulous. End the roll above or below your elbow, whichever you prefer. You can even roll just to the forearm for a relaxed look. Here are some shirts and a tee ripe for rolling from Express, Vince and Piperlime.

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