Over the past couple of years, there has been one type of item that has become a firm staple in my wardrobe, and that is a shirt. I have found various different ways to incorporate shirts into my style, whether it’s wearing casually to go shopping, on a night out and obviously to interviews. Shirts are very formal pieces of attire, however I like wearing them to balance out an outfit, particularly if I feel like my outfit is too casual and needs to be a tad more on the formal side.

Hawes & Curtis are renowned for their vast array of shirts for both men and women. There are different designs ranging from garish to understated to suit lots of different styles, occasions and moods. These shirts are made from such high quality material and will really stand the test of time. I opted for the Women’s White & Blue Stripe Fitted Shirt* (£29.50) which is a lovely simple pinstripe shirt which just so happens to fare well with denim jeans, a midi skirt and cobalt accessories to compliment the blue stripes on the shirt.

DENIM - I love mixing formalwear with denim. I find that it really tones down an outfit and makes it a lot more wearable for the daytime and more casual occasions. Some days, I’ll pop on a pair of ballerina flats, and other’s I’ll whack on a pair of heels.

TROUSERS: ASOS NECKLACE: Forever 21 STUDS: Warren James BAG: Accessorize SHOES: Next

How do you wear your shirts?

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