The white oxford shirt is one of the most important closet staples in my book. You can pair it with everything from business to dressy to lounge wear. Some ideas for it’s use are wearing it under sweaters in the winter for a preppy look, staying casual with jeans, adding a neck scarf for a chic french look, tucking it into anything high waisted, and then to this look I’m showing you today with the tied version. This midi skirt is so full that I wanted something simple but chic on top. I knew tucking it in could create a sloppy look since it wouldn’t stay still and end up blousing out. Tying a shirt is a trendy option now that is back, so try it! My advice for the white oxford shirt is to invest in a good fitting cotton version. Madewell and J.Crew make my favorites because their fit is just right. I try to stay away to too boxy, but really don’t prefer the ones with the darts on the back (that slim in the middle). Those just don’t fit everyone the same, but the cut is in the same place for every size. I like it a long enough to go past the top of my jeans, but not too long where it would look sloppy tucked in. I know, I sound a little crazy caring about all these details, BUT that is what is going to give you the best look for you… so just a few things to keep in mind.
I will be styling my white oxford ALL Fall and Winter (I also have a few and never seem to have enough!), so stay tuned for more ways to wear it!