Classic White Shirt Dress: Simplicity At It’s Best

I have always been attracted to the classic nature of a crisp white shirt. Therefore, a crisp white shirt dress had instant appeal for me. This dress is the perfect fusion of a crisp white shirt and a flowy white dress and I loved it the moment I saw it! I admire the stark simplicity of the garment and it provides the perfect blank canvas to build many a look upon.  In this instance, I decided to celebrate its simplicity and pair it with nothing more than a floral bag and colourful heels.  In my opinion, the spring colours in the clutch and the slingback heels add just the right drama to enhance the dress but not interrupt the overall pared-down style statement. The colourful shoes and accessories are also my nod to the approaching spring weather (hopefully)!

I look forward to styling this dress differently and presenting it again in a few months. I have always been a fan of white dresses in the warmer months and currently there are so many in the shops to choose from. As always, thank you for reading and have a great rest of the week!

(Clothes and Accessories: Dress – Cos, Slingback Heels – ASOS, Leather Clutch Bag – Karen Millen, Earrings – Follie Follie)

10 thoughts on “Classic White Shirt Dress: Simplicity At It’s Best”

  1. Beautiful Isha. I love everything about it including your your beautiful smile and not to forget hair😊👍


  2. I also love the simplicity of this dress and the hemline is very attractive. You can dress it up the way you have or go casual with espadrille wedges perhaps.


  3. Hi Isha, I knew this was a Cos dress the minute I saw it – they have a distinctive look. Love white dresses too. Nice post!


  4. Brilliant Isha…i love the white dress myself..but think a different cut would suit ur frame better…or maybe a chunky floral necklace …the polish beads type…remember if u took out ur heels and kept ur cluch snwhere u have nothing left to add on to it..but yes it can be styled anyway u like…thts the beauty of it…
    Btw i read ur blogs regularly!😌


    1. Thanks Ambika! You make a great point that if I put my clutch down and took my shoes off I wouldn’t be left with much – I am going to try it with a necklace next time! Thank you so much for reading, I really appreciate the support!


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