Button-Down Basics


Thirty Seventh

By: Lily Martin

Photos by: Sam Lee

The oversized “boyfriend shirt” has always been a chic staple of casual women’s clothing. From Hepburn, Monroe, and Kennedy to Kate Moss, the Hadid sisters, and the Kardashian clan, its simplistic versatility appeals to everyone, whether you want to spice up your outfit circuit or are just low on time and need a reliable look.

Big button-downs made more than a few appearances in Vogue’s street style lookbooks this past season, with photographers catching them all over the streets of Milan, Paris, and New York. Here’s how you can add this classic, cool-girl favorite to your wardrobe.

Bare Both

The off-the-shoulder trend has become more popular than ever this spring. You can easily accomplish this look by unbuttoning your shirt down to the middle, then shifting the neckline to hang around the shoulders just so. Tuck in the front to keep everything in…

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