New York Fashion Week is almost over, and amid the whirlwind of shows, parties and street style, a few trends are emerging that we can start to wear right now.
The crisp tailored shirt has proven to be influential this season, with designers re-tooling the classic into dresses, tunics and new variations on the ultimate topper to almost everything.
Vera Wang cut an oversized version worn with briefs and a bra, in a new riff on a sexy look.
Phillip Lim layered a long and lean version over tiny shorts, with a tied waist and cuffs.
Michael Kors paired the oversized white shirt with a sunny yellow suede wrap skirt.
Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School debuted their first collection for DKNY this season, with an urban take on the white shirt, featuring a longer length and a photo printed street scene.
Now is the perfect time to put your crisp white shirt back into heavy rotation. Proportion is everything, and borrowing from the boys is the freshest way to update this classic. Pants optional.
Photo: Vogue Runway
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