August 19, 2017

Crisp White Shirts

From left to right, top to bottom: Proenza Schouler Grosgrain-trimmed Asymmetric Cotton-poplin Top for $690, Ann Demeulemeester Velvet-trimmed Cotton-poplin Wrap Shirt for $785, Palmer Harding Waterfall-hem Cotton-blend Poplin Shirt for $585, Dolce & Gabbana Grosgrain-trimmed Cotton-blend Poplin Shirt for $475, Brunello Cucinelli Beaded Grosgrain-trimmed Cotton-poplin And Cloqué Shirt for $1,575, Marques Almeida Open-back Ruffled Shirt for $426, A.W.A.K.E Oversized Wrap-effect Cotton-blend Shirt for $430, MSGM Ruffled-hem Seersucker Shirt for $223,  Maje Broderie Anglaise-trimmed Ruffled Cotton Blouse for $275.
I love a good white button-up collared shirt, and I can't get enough of them! Many fashion brands these days are restructuring the basic white shirt into more interesting silhouettes such as an off-the-shoulder style top, tie details, frilled collars, flow-y hems, etc. With so many options nowadays, the white crisp shirt will always remain fresh. I actually just purchased a bell-sleeved shirt with a flared hem; I'm hoping it works out for me. It looks similar to Zara's Pin Tuck Poplin Top which was sold out before I could buy it unfortunately...

I realize these shirts are pretty pricy, but they do serve as great inspiration! I find that it's hard to find nice structured shirts such as the above for an affordable price. A lot of button-up variations in fast fashion stores are a little boring and the quality is disappointing. Hopefully in the future, fast fashion giants will step up their game!

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