Whether you borrow his the next morning, pair it with a power suit or wear it to pickup, the PWS says: Look out bitches, I’m CEO of the boardroom, bedroom and playroom.
What makes a Perfect White Shirt?
• Well-placed buttons (unless you want to play peek-a-boob with strangers).
• Flattering fit. The Oxford’s origins are male, but it doesn’t have to be boxy. One with a little stretch will help you move freely.
• Quality fabric will last longer and won’t be see-through.
• Extra-long in the back so it stays tucked in. So long thong sightings!
Sounds like a tall order, but fear not Girlfriends, we found a few that look equally fierce with a pencil skirt or J Brand jeans.
Who me, iron? No need with Brooks Brothers’ Non-Iron Fitted Dress Shirt, $98 (see below).
If you spill red wine on Old Navy’s Classic Shirt for Women, it probably won’t come out, but at this price it won’t be so painful to replace, $18.
J.Crew’s New Perfect Shirt has a slim fit that won’t bunch up under sweaters, $69.50 (see below).
Everlane’s Relaxed Poplin Shirt is a bit more casual — slouchy, but chic, $65.
The Classic Shirt by Boden falls at the top of the thigh — it’s a perfect butt-curtain to wear over leggings, $60 (see below).
The Great White Shirt has earned its name hitting every must-have: perfectly placed buttons, extra back length to cover undies, slim fit and made of easy-care cotton, $145.
Hey, Sporty Spice! Columbia’s high-performance wicking PWS protects from ultraviolet rays without sacrificing classic tailoring, $45.