Buttons Down :: The Shirt Trend

Buttons Down :: The Shirt Trend

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Spring is probably the best season to wear a shirt. And we all love shirts because they look fabulous on anyone! Don’t we? That’s why almost everyone owns at least one white shirt. Well guess what?! They’re hot again. As a matter of fact, shirts were one of the most popular staples that every catwalk runaway featured this year for spring summer 2018. Versace opted denim shirts, Calvin Klein western ones and Prada printed ones, while Victoria Beckham the white ones. What’s your take on them? But before you answer the question, have a look at some of the options…

This is one serious style statement white shirt with fluffs on the sleeves. Combined with black wide leg pants that also have fluffs, looking gorgeous. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via)

Shirts are literally everywhere, for they can be worn from dawn till dusk. Wear them at work, or even for a girl’s night out, it doesn’t matter. Anything goes these days. A lot of them have a 90’s inspired look, easily combined with denims. Others are more classic cuts that can be combined with high waisted pants. Whatever the case, their appeal is universal. Add a pair of statement shoes and you’ll be way ahead.

This is one serious style statement white shirt with fluffs on the sleeves. Combined with a black long skirt with fluffs, looking gorgeous. Image by Girls on Film.

Image by Girls on Film (via) Opt for statement sleeves if you’re looking for a white shirt that’s a head-turner!

A white shirt with embroidery looks great with black denim pants. A little Western romance flair to the whole outfit. Image by Dorothy Perkins.

Image by Dorothy Perkins (via) Embroidery can add a romantic vibe to a Western style white shirt.

A young model dressed in an all white outfit with a white shirt and white wide leg pants. Image by Hobbs.

Image by Hobbs (via) A beautiful white shirt with a twist around the waist. It is all about forms!

A white linen classic shirt always looks good, especially when combined with blue and white stripe pants. Image by M&Co.

Image by M&Co (via) The classic! White linen shirt.

A white oversized shirt looks really edgy when orange blazer and orange paperbag shorts. Image by Oasis.

Image by Oasis (via) Long and oversized or short cropped? Your call!

On the left a more casual approach with red culottes, white blazer and a print purple shirt worn by a young blonde model. But on the right, a preppy approach with a white blazer, light blue shirt, tan leather belt around the blazers waist and a skirt just over the knee. Images by Hobbs.

Images by Hobbs (1, 2) Casual or preppy?

A brunette model wearing a print shirt in both images. Both look edgy. Images by Oliver Bonas.

Images by Oliver Bonas (1, 2)

I own a few printed shirts, but my heart belongs to the classic white one and the denim one as second best. But, what’s your type? Classic white shirt for a preppy look, a head-turner with statement sleeves, Western, denim, or print? Linen or sheer?

Sincerely yours,

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