HOW TO WEAR A WHITE SHIRT
The ‘Classic White Shirt’ is a staple in any man’s wardrobe. Whether you’re a corporate Casanova (aka Don Draper), a grunge maniac (aka Kurt Cobain), a punk rocker (aka The Clash) or even just the chocolate-boy-next-door (aka John Mayer or Shahid Kapoor), you own one, you must own one more and you have to learn how to wear it right.
We’re here to help you out a little and tell you the top 5 tips and tricks on how to perfect wearing this no.1 wardrobe essential.
1. PAIR IT WITH DENIM:
David Beckham gets it right with the basic White-Shirt-Blue-Jeans look.
Pair a slim fit shirt with slim fit distressed jeans and white shoes. Feel like having some fun? Accessorize with a bright belt, pair it with a denim jacket or bright colored loafers.
2. STYLE IT WITH LEATHER:
Ed Westwick looks like the ultimate bad boy in this look.
Style your white shirt with a must-have biker leather jacket and black trousers. For the wild hearted, pair this look with black combat boots and for the gentlemen out there, pick out a classic black formal shoe to dapper up this otherwise naughty look.
3. KEEP IT COOL WITH KHAKI:
This Dolce & Gabbana Spring Summer ’12 lookbook reeks of style. Super casual and easy to wear, this look is the ultimate tourist trend.
Pair your white shirt (here you can opt for a straight fit) with slightly tapered khaki pants and sports jacket. Love linen? Work this look in its original form with linen trousers. Style with muddy brown shoes or combat boots.
4. ACCESSORIZE IT:
Old is new this season. Go old school and take pride in a man’s right to accessorize. Become a pin-up man by using black suspenders to bind your white shirt/black trousers look. Get interesting. Learn how to tie a bow tie and gain instant popularity with the ladies.
5. SUIT UP:
We’ve saved the best for last. Suit up. (We’re going to let the much loved and very popular Barney Stinson tell you why)
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