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The Crisp, Clean and Classic White Button-Up

A fitted White Button-Up shirt is an essential piece of any stylish wardrobe because it is incredibly versatile and can easily elevate the “classy” perception of an outfit.  The white button-up shirt makes almost any outfit look well thought out and well put together.  Here are just a few of my favorite ways to wear this classic piece.  Remember, almost all of these outfits can be tailored to what is already in your closet.  Just get creative!

Faded Skinny Jeans & White Poplin

1.  Golden

Paired with some Faded Skinny Jeans and gold accessories, the White Button-Up looks polished yet casual.

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Faded Skinny Jeans & White Button-Up and Chocolate Shirt

2. Casual Style

Faded jeans, a cotton hoodie shirt, and riding boots take your white button-up shirt down a notch in a cute way.

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Black Skinny Pants & White Button-Up

3. Black and White

This is a simple and polished look, with black pants, black boots and white leg-warmers paired with the classic shirt.  Add a pop of color underneath and it also stays fun.

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Grey Pencil Skirt, White Button-up & Blue Tank Grey Pencil Skirt & White Poplin~

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4 & 5 Professional

Pair your White Button-Up Shirt with a pencil skirt for a professional look.

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Black Leggings, White Button-up & Grey Wrap Sweater

6. Fall Fabulous

For a classy fall look, I wore my White Button-Up Shirt, complete with colorful tank peeping through, over black leggings, grey leg warmers and black ankle boots.  I added my grey wrap sweater and a black belt for shape.

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White Poplin & Kacki Pant Khaki Pants, White Button-Up and Aqua Cartigan~

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7 & 8 Cute with Khakis

A plain white shirt and khaki pants don’t have to be bland as long as you know how to make pieces pop.  The Black floral belt gives the outfit and cute focal point.  The aqua cardigan adds the perfect pop of color to the ensemble.

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Black Maxi Skirt & White Button-Up with Chambray Vest

9. Easy Breezy

I always imagine maxi skirts flowing in the wind.  The chambray vest and thonged sandals give this outfit a casual feel.

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Flirty Skirt & White Button-up

10. Fun and Flirty

A White Button-Up with a flirty skirt is playful yet classy.

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White Skirt & White and Black Button-Ups Brown Skinny Pants, White and Green Button-Ups White Skirt, White Button-Up and Navy Button-Up

11, 12, & 13 It Takes Two

Sometimes two is better than one.  I layered a different color button-up over my White one and chose accessories to complete the look.  Each different color can add a totally different feel to the outfit.

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Denim Shorts & White Button-Up

14. Sophisticated Summer

I teamed my classic top up with a pair of denim cut-offs, and a bright colored tank for an effortless look.

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Black Mini Skirt, White Button-Up & Red Top

15. Certifiably Sexy

A red shirt over my Button-Up, with a black mini skirt give a sexy twist to a professional look.

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LBD & Tied White Button-Up LBD & White Button-Up with Turquoise Belt~

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16 & 17 Over Dressed

My two favorite ways to wear a White Button-Up top over a dress is tied in a casual crop, or buttoned with a cute statement belt.

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Navy Dress & White Poplin Shirt LBD & White Button-Up with Gold Belt White Button-Up under Coral Dress

18, 19 & 20 Under Dressed

A White Button-Up also looks cute underneath your favorite dresses.

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Navy Blazer, White Button-Up & Blue Skirt

21. Navy

I covered my white button-up with a navy blazer over a flirtatious navy skirt.

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