That’s precisely the way I feel about white blouses, shirts, t-shirts. . . You get the picture.
Don’t tell me you’re thinking: She’s been there and done that? Surely not.
In this singular item of design perfection we have a fashion/non-fashion/never-out-of-fashion/ageless can’t live without, can’t get enough masterpiece.
We’re back on subject and I can assure you we’ll be revisiting this territory again and probablyagain and again.
No woman can ever, repeat, ever own too many white blouses. Note Carolina Herrera at the close of her collection wearing what has practically become her signature: A simple, beautifully tailored white shirt. She often pairs it with grand ball skirts and never fails to look sleekly elegant in contrast to the sea of trying-to-hard frou-frou frocks flitting about in front of the cameras.
If you closely examine Audrey Hepburn’s shirt, you’ll see she has wrapped it around her lithe body, putting her personal stamp on the classic. No need to waste time with buttons — wrap and go. (The picture is from “Audrey Style” by Pamela Clarke Keogh, but I regret to say I do not know who took the marvelous photo.)
Et voila: A few of my favorites:
The TOP 10 Chemises Blanches:
From the top: Michael Kors, Antonio Marras, Stella McCartney, Giles, Chloe, Yves Saint Laurent (twice), Chanel and the final two from Brioni.
Ed Note: Consider this post as a Look Book. White blouses and shirts are everywhere at every price point. Seek and you shall find.