There will always be room for the white buttoned-down shirt - and this season it's all about that '80s shirt revival.
Every classic garment goes through its share of seasonal changes and updates. This season the classic shirt has taken center stage, but with the addition of bell sleeves and larger-than-life ruffles.
The oversized shirt
This menswear-inspired shirt definitely goes down as the most comfortable shirt option for spring.
You can totally get away with wearing one as a shirt dress on the warmest days of summer or tuck it into your trousers or skirt to give your figure some definition.
Head over to Zara to buy this oversized bejeweled shirt.
Like the oversized look? Then extend it to your sleeves by wearing a late '80s-inspired, flouncy bell-sleeved top.
Shop these beauties at Foschini...
Or this blouse from H&M, R529
The asymmetrical shirt
Add a twist or a long turn to your outfit by wearing an asymmetrical statement top. And don't be shy to wear a shirt with more than one detail.
Shop this asymmetric shirt, R629 at H&M
Let graceful ruffles adorn your neckline.
Get this MANGO one shoulder ruffled blouse for R399 on Spree
And break the rules by blending horizontal and vertical stripes with this blouse from TOPSHOP
This trend already started last summer, and it continues to be loved and adored by cool gurls all around the world.
Get yourself this off-the-shoulder shirt for R449 at Spree
This is an edgy alternative to a classic button-down shirt and perfectly completes a casual outfit.
This shirt from Superbalist is ideal for a daytime spring look.
Or opt for a more work-friendly option by shopping this white cold shoulder shirt, R399 on Spree
The knotted shirt
This simple detail is an accessory in its own right. So, play with delicate collar bows and voluminous statement knots.
Shop this shirt at Zara
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