Fashion Forecast: The White Shirt

By on February 17, 2015, in Soft Surroundings

The beauty of the white shirt is that it’s not part of a trend at all — it’s an iconic wardrobe staple that will never go out of style!

From Coco Chanel to Katharine Hepburn to Audrey Hepburn, the borrowed-from-the-boys white shirt has become a fashion mainstay, symbolizing the spirit of the stylish, independent woman.

From its menswear origins, the white shirt has blossomed into a myriad of styles and silhouettes, and can be worn as a statement piece or as the backdrop to an endless assortment of accessories and layering options.

What makes wearing white shirts even more fabulous right now is that white itself is white hot this year. Top designers have been creating everything from all-white outfits to ensembles that mix textures, fabrics, and colors, opening the door to even more unique styling possibilities.

We can’t help but fall in love with the white shirt, and why not? It’s the perfect canvas for our individual style.

Explore our collection for all the wonderful ways you can wear it this season!


Gracefully Detailed

The bohemian look continues to be strong in the flourishes and curves of belled sleeves, scalloped edges, and lace trim. Made of softly draping rayon, our Half Moon Bay Top celebrates this endlessly flattering, feminine look.


Simply Cool

The shirtdress silhouette is everywhere right now — what better way to play it up than in a sleek and simple tunic style? The Day Tripper Tunic is made from our cool-wearing signature cotton gauze and is accented with a touch of island style in coconut buttons and roll-tab sleeves.


Classically Modern

The Seams Perfect Shirt has a borrowed-from-the-boys look that’s even better. Crafted from soft stretch cotton, the classic white shirt gets modernized with slimming, angled down pleats. The result? A gently flared silhouette that looks great on every body.

  • Marsha

    I absolutely agree that white shirts will always be in style. There are tons of options when accessorizing and personalizing a plain white shirt. I really love how the first one was styled, under “Gracefully Detailed.” Very elegant!

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