SHIRT: c/o Jones New York | PANTS: Alice and Olivia (similar here & here) | BLAZER: Theory (similar here) | SHOES: c/o Reiss (also similar versions here & here) | SUNGLASSES: c/o Warby Parker | NECKLACE: c/o Melanie Auld | BRACELET: Kate Spade | Lipstick: Bobbi Brown “Red Carpet“
With incredible street art as the backdrop, I kept the ensemble simple today. Of course, it goes without saying that if you don’t work in a creative environment, the leather pants above would be best replaced by a classic black pant—perhaps in a cropped length like these ones. The blouse I’m wearing today is truly one of the most-worn items in my closet lately because (a) it’s made of that amazing, invincible non-iron material and (b) I love the slightly boxy, oversized fit. On the subject of classic non-iron white button-front shirts, I’m curious to know if any of you have a particular favorite. Many of you have asked what I recommend in this department, so for a classic, fitted non-iron oxford that sleekly tucks into a pencil skirt, I highly recommend the Brooks Brothers versions. However, for a shirt that’s a little less tailored and snug in the body, giving you that “boyfriend” look, I also highly recommend the above version by Jones New York. I’ve also heard good things about the Banana Republic and Ralph Lauren non-irons, but haven’t had a chance to try them yet. Whatever the brand though, I’m fully committed to the non-iron cause. They wash easier, wear better and stay crisp throughout the day. All great things in my book.
If you’ve found another non-iron oxford shirt you love, please let me know in the comments!
P.S. The Shopbop sale ends Saturday so be sure to take a gander through their site while everything (literally) is on sale and remember to use code “BIGEVENT15“. To check out my sale favorites, click here!
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