Rachel Zane White Shirt

How to Wear A White Shirt

A fresh look at a timeless staple

The crisp white shirt is a building block to achieving 9-to-5 chic. However, it’s easy to get into a style rut – for many of us, the white shirt/black pant is a safe (albeit, boring) outfit. With a few accessories switches and working in some spring trends, you can turn the white shirt into a real fashion power player.

White Shirt Hot Picks

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One White Shirt, Five Ways

Suit Up

A white shirt with a tailored suit can mean business. Grab attention and seal the deal with a pair of unexpected heels and a boss bag.

The White Shirt - Strictly Business
A Match Made in Heaven
The white shirt and LBD go together like peanut butter and jelly, and make for a solid up-and-comer outfit. Level up with a shoe and bag that enhances the simple sophistication of this classic combo. 
The White Shirt
The Re-mix
For spring, the black full skirt is an on-trend update to the white shirt/black pant. Break from the ordinary by mixing prints.
The White Shirt - Working Girl Chic
Flower Power

Jazz up a white shirt with a floral print pant and tuxedo jacket blazer, two key spring trends that are perfect for the creative office. 

The White Shirt - Creative Office
Casual Friday  
A schoolboy blazer and shirt: “I work hard.”A bright handbag and jeans: “TGIF.”
The White Shirt - Casual Friday
 

Work It: Tricks & Tips for the White Shirt

Tuck into high-waist pants and skirts to accentuate or create curves

Victoria Beckham in white shirt and high-waisted pants
Images via StyleBistro

Add visual interest with a bold necklace

Images via Pinterest
Images left, top and right,via Pinterest

Borrow from the boys and wear a tie

Images via Pinterest
Images left, center, and right via Pinterest

On casual Fridays, half-tuck with the front in and back out

Images via Banana Republic (left) and Pinterest (right)
Images via Banana Republic (left) and Pinterest (right)

Follow “The White Shirt” Pinterest board for more style ideas.

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