Clean, crisp, classic. The white button down shirt is a style staple that knows no bounds and transcends all. It’s the most worn, most cherished and least trendy garment in one’s closet, yet the white shirt is one the fashion-forward set can’t seem to get enough of. Recognized as the workingwoman’s uniform along side her power suit, the white shirt also belongs to the schoolgirl, the full-time mother and more. The power of plain ensures this chicly, understated staple is as buttoned up and unbuttoned as you wish. The question then lies in how to refresh and reinvent it season after season. This fall, designers rose to the challenge with a number of new shapes and silhouettes in re-cut revamps to prove simple sophistication is always very much in style. Reinterpret a timeless silhouette once more with these contemporary remixes of the classic, crisp white shirt to reveal that the menswear-inspired original is just as wearable as before.
Megan Correia is a freelance fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer and editor extraordinaire hailing from Canada. After packing her designer bags and moving to the other side of the world on Australia’s Gold Coast, Megan received her Journalism degree to put her fashion knowledge and gift for the written word to good use. While always perusing the latest and upcoming fashion and beauty trends, runway collections and style stars of the season, Megan’s flair for fashion sparked a whirlwind expensive love affair with handbags and now considers herself to be a true bag snob. When she’s not trying to break the record for most Louis Vuitton bags owned, you can find her creating conversation on Twitter and Instagram.
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