Owning a piece or two corporate outfits is not as boring as was perceived some years ago. With a fashion-forward sect emerging without apologies, stylishly incorporating office pieces into everyday fashion has become more and more interesting. From pencil skirts to gowns, pants, and blazers, these white shirts have fast become must-haves that transcend work and corporate spaces.
In making up a list of must-haves a lady’s wardrobe should not be without, a corporate white shirt has become like the holy grill. An overstatement you might say? Well maybe. But then, this piece has eased into styling essentials, pulling off an all-together effortless look not to mention high-end chic thus earning it a spot at the high table of easy wears.
A white collared long sleeve shirt is a statement piece that works with much versatility in the stylish wave. What can a simple button-down shirt do? Dressed up or down, this classic statement piece can have you transitioning from signing papers to clicking wine glasses with the girls on a Friday night.
This wardrobe essential for every woman allows for a quick casual chic, easy and elegant at the same time. The most fun part of this easy piece is styling; how it is paired with a pair of jeans or a flared skirt or dungarees or even an unconventional pencil skirt.
White-collared shirts are as stylish as the woman that wear them as they come in varying lengths, textures, and sizes allowing ease in styling.
Finding the right pair of shoes is also perfect for turning this classic piece into an occasion-appropriate attire. A pair of sneaker and lovely flat easily reads a more casual occasion while heals and pumps gives off a more official feel. Whatever the occasion might be, with the right footwear and complimenting coordinate, a corporate white shirt might just be the answer to that wardrobe dilemma.
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