The anatomy of a shirtdress

A Shirtdress is a style of women’s dress that borrows details from a man’s shirt. These include a collar, a button front, or cuffed sleeves. Button fronts give this a forgiving fit making this a flattering look for most body types. This is one of the few items that I believe are universally useful in the majority of wardrobes, catering to our varying styles, shapes, sizes, and requirements.

I see the humble shirtdress as a wardrobe must-have.

There are so many variations of the shirt dress to choose from, there is something out there for everyone. Not to mention it’s such a classic style, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon, so a good shirt dress is definitely worth investing in. It’s very versatile that it can be an outfit by itself or can blend with anything else that you have in your wardrobe.

some tips on wearing a shirtdress

  1. with a cute hat and fun sneakers on a summers’ day
  2. with a leather jacket to toughen up the look
  3. with a clutch and heels for a day at work
  4. with a bold belt to make a style statement
  5. with slip-on or sneakers for a brunch date
  6. with sheer tights and boots on a chilly day
  7. with a pair of jeans and singlet as an overlay

A shirt dress is a perfect item to pack on most holidays or even work travels. They can be dressed up and down as needed on your trip.

Even if dresses aren’t really your thing, a shirtdress is always a good place to start.

I am wearing the BETWEEN LANES BLACK SLEEVELESS SHIRTDRESS in a size M. Follow the link to check https://soulbysowmya.com/collections/walks-of-life/products/between-lanes-black-sleeveless-shirt-dress

Would love to hear from you. Are you a fan of the shirtdress? Where is your favorite from? How would you wear it? Let me know

Until Next Time,

Life is Beautiful. Love what you do. Stop. Pause. Take time for the little things. Enjoy the little wonders. Create memories. Love and be loved.

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