Does anyone else have trouble with the arms of button up shirts being too tight. The easiest way any woman can look great without really trying? Unless it is hot, I nearly always wear a button down shirt under suits.
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To me, it's like saying that a dress and pants are perfectly interchangeable. I don't think so. The silk fabric makes this one feel exceptionally elegant. Wear it to work, then undo a few buttons for a for a night out. This one is made of lightweight cotton, has a slim fit, and its sleeves are the perfect length. Plus, the tails are nice and long but can still be tucked in. Clean and simple, this shirt is perfect for those who prefer things pared back. My company has gone to jeans full time.
I have found some of the more fitted tunic tops from Johnny Was really flattering and so cute with a slimmer jean or ankle length jean and flats or sandals of any height. A little expensive but very well made.
After 12 years of catholic school with button down blouses and dress shirts, I have no oxfords and no ironing rules. Express has had some great popover blouses that I have had altered to close keyholes and bring up the neckline. I have some that fit but the collars always seem to pop up and rub against my chin getting makeup on them. Not really a fan.
Has anyone tried Mira Dry? I just hate the way button-downs look. Really, not a fan. Silky blouses all the way. They have a nice tailored but not too tight shape, enough room in the shoulders to move around comfortably, and they never gape at the chest. It was totally distracting. I am a 32DD, I have accepted that traditional button downs are just not going to work for me. I sewed it together between a couple of the buttons where gaping normally happens and pull it over my head. Right now I have a few from Banana Republic.
They get stinky and discolored after a few wears. They look awful on people with any kind of cleavage at all and I have a lot. Highly recommend you shop abroad from British shirtmakers. TMLewin and Hawes and Curtis are the way to go. They also carry cusp sizes up to 18 and have really lovely silk shirts too. How have I never heard of this place. Pricing but I wants me some rainbow plackets immediately!
Unless it is hot, I nearly always wear a button down shirt under suits. I like how they look-crisp and simple. I hate button up shirts with a passion. I would never willingly wear one but have to wear one to court under the robes with a stand-up collar no less. It just makes me feel like a constricted, lumpy frumptastic mess…I seriously do not know how men stand those shirts every day.
I have never seen or heard of a shirt like that in silk. A true style chameleon, Linda Rodin has a white shirt to suit every mood—10 of them, to be exact. But the creator of the skin-care line Rodin Olio Lusso says that one button-down can be just as dynamic.
Marc by Marc Jacobs sneakers. Fold the shirt with a plastic kitchen bag. Her vibe is more boho than buttoned-up, so this yoga instructor and photographer usually gravitates toward romantic, flowy dresses. But the poet blouse she wears here is no stuffed shirt, thanks to a relaxed fit made for moving. Unfortunately, the Joie silk shirt is no longer available.
She always looks for a modern edge. To make the traditional staple feel fresh, this agent for hairstylists and makeup artists seeks out unexpected details, like dramatic dolman sleeves. Another reason that she digs a white shirt?
Unfortunately, the Max Mara cotton shirt is no longer available.
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