3 Ways To Wear The White Shirt

The mighty white shirt. As ubiquitous as the blue jean, the black suit or the brown brogue and as integral a part of your day-to-day wardrobe: show us a man who doesn’t own at least two and we’ll show you a liar. 

Thing is, a white shirt worn on it’s own, though undoubtedly classic, has a tendency to look, well, a bit boring.

Fortunate, then, that a host of labels - from Savile Row’s more traditional tailors to the menswear designers of Paris and Milan - have been beavering away to come up with clever, stylish alternatives to the classic white shirt.

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From louche V-neck pique shirts, to bibbed granddad styles and origami-esque collars, there’s never been so many ways to wear your whites.

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