A Guide To Style The Perfect White Button-Down Shirt

Trust me it doesn’t get more classic than a white button-down shirt. This is a statement piece, everyone should own.

The white button-down shirt is easy to style and of course, you can rock it to any given occasion be it a dinner date, board meeting, lunch with the girls, to a formal party or even to church. It is hard to say where you can’t wear a white button-down shirt it is that versatile.

The White button down shirt is the shirt you pick out when you are feeling your worst and you want to fool people, but it is also a shirt you pull out when you are feeling on top of the world and you want to pull out the big guns. My favourite thing about this statement piece is that it can be worn with just anything and still look sophisticated. You can wear it up or down and still look breathtaking.

In this post, I will Style the OakRidge

Poplin Shirt from Mr Price

For breakfast dates


Fanny pack: Aliexpress

Biker shorts : Cotton On

Sneakers : Nike Air 1 – Sportscene

For Lunch with the girls


Silk scarf: Granmas closet

Paper bag pants : PEP

Black bag : Downtown

Espadrilles : Jam Clothing

For Work


Black formal trouser : Truworths

Black transparent mules : Makro

Black bag : Down town

Double breasted blazer: My aunts closet

For a chilled weekend


Jeans : Re: Skinny Woolworths

Nude bag : Aliexpress

Nude sneakers : PQ Clothing

For church


Dress: Ackermans

Meroon Handbag : Truworths – Daniel Hectheter

Marble Heels : Mr Price

Do you have a white button down shirt? How do you style yours?

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