Posts Tagged ‘shirts’

The Long and Short of It

April 3, 2017

We are currently in a shirt cycle, with crisp, woven cotton shirts making a big statement for spring. This time around, the basics get an upgrade, with sleeve treatments and a play on proportion making the classic item look modern.

One of the more interesting trends in shirtings, is the long shirt worn over jeans. They sport uneven hemlines, and are often twisted or tucked in the front, and left flowing in the back. The look is edgy yet polished and can take you from the gloom of April showers all the way through the summer months.

This ankle skimming wrapped version adds a crisp twist to dark denim skinnies.

Asymmetric details update a classic bengal stripe shown here over cropped flares.


A waterfall hemline accent the pretty in pink shirt with a gathered empire line, worn over distressed denim crops.


Bold stripes get tucked into high waisted khakis, for a modern take on chinos.

image via Man Repeller

Resorting To Ruffles

July 28, 2016

Designers have been showing their resort collections, offering a glimpse into what they might be offering for Spring 2017. We’ve mentioned before that the shirt is back in a major way, with crisp stripes and novel sleeve details adding interest to a classic category. For resort, we are seeing a return to tailored ruffles adorning band collared shirts.

Giambattista Valli adds rows of ruffles to his white shirt, topping a whimsical pineapple printed white denim skirt for his younger line, Giamba.



Karen Walker uses ruffles to soften the edges of her camo printed shirt with billowing sleeves:


Karen Walker

Zimmermann adds cascades to a crisp striped shirt and pairs it with a lace trimmed skirt:



Eyelet ruffles top a ruffled trimmed skirt adding a touch of romance to the look:



Pindots on deep indigo get adorned with rows of ruffles and tucked into oversized chinos for a play on masculine and feminine at Karen Walker:


Karen Walker

Cinq a Sept puts the ruffles on the V- neck sweater that matches back to the satin shirt underneath for a new twist on layering the classics:


Cinq a Sept

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