Of course, the white shirt was mainly worn by men as women were adorned in over-the-top frill and lace.
I bought my shirt from Uniqlo for 50% off so hell yes to savings. I also bought this white overcoat at Topshop for about 75% off or something crazy so that was the best find of my life. I've found this coat a total life saver when you want to add a bit more class to an outfit. The skirt I bought a little while ago its a pleated skirt with sheer paneling towards the bottom (back when sheer paneling was a trend) but any midi length white skirt in this case would do.
And lastly to accessorize I'm wearing the Vixen Shoe by Dolce Vita in coral (which make my legs look so good for a short person), a gold chain necklace, some crazy green pom-pom earrings and a black leather tote from Kookai (also 50% off, gotta get on those sales, ladies).
Now I know the green pom pom earrings are a little out there, I would have worn my pink ones because the gold, orange and pink colour scheme go so much better than gold, orange and green but they broke and I was feeling pretty colourful that night so long story short, do whatever the hell you want. And that pretty much sums up the whole blog post, do whatever the hell you want. The possibilities are endless with this shirt, literally. It's the easiest piece to style when you want to keep things simple. I found although when I styled it there were quite a number of pieces, the colour scheme of all white helped keep it really minimalist, also the hair being pulled up into a high ponytail or a bun keeps the outfit from becoming over complicated and leaves the look feeling polished and maintains the level of class. And in my opinion, that's exactly how the shirt functions as a closet item: classy, chic, simple.
Georgia May xx