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4 Ways To Style The Classic White Shirt

No wardrobe is complete without the chic and humble white shirt. The versatile wear-anywhere white shirt looks as good with trousers as with flowy dresses. The classic shirt can be styled up for a party night or down for a casual day outing. The tailored shape of the button-down crisp shirt can make any outfit instantly elegant, without much efforts. If you are looking for inspiration to experiment, here are 4 ways to style the staple piece.

Work it for a professional look

Give a vibrant spin to your boring 9 to 5 work wear by tucking the classic white shirt into trousers. Finish the look with statement resin earrings, nude pumps and ‘no-makeup’ makeup look. Wear the white shirt with a turtleneck during winters and you are good to go!

Knot it for a movie date

I hate how it always gets chilly in movie theatres and I can’t concentrate on the movie! And here’s what you can do if you find yourself in the same situation- layer your pretty floral maxi dress with the lightweight white shirt. Knot it in the front for a whole new look! Pair it with strappy flats for summery vibes. 

Say yes to the party night

Jazz up the humble white shirt with checkered skirt and oversized jacket for your next party night. Wear chunky ankle boots to sway on the dance floor. Put on your brightest red lipstick and shimmery eyeshadow to compliment the glam look. 

The summery brunch outfit

Style the white shirt underneath a summer dress for a fun and elegant look. Go for a dress with ruffles to add an extra oomph factor to your outfit. Slip into a pair of sneakers to stay chic and comfortable all day long. Finish the look with two messy half buns and dewy makeup, and voila! you're ready for brunch with your girl gang.

You can never go wrong with a white shirt! So next time when you are in doubt, take out the white shirt from your closet and have fun with the styling!

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