Trend: White Button-Up

The white button-up shirt is no doubted a timeless classic for its ability to bring both structure and crisp light to an outfit. This wardrobe essential is extremely versatile and can be worn almost anywhere. Truly a must have, even if you borrow (read: steal) from your boyfriend...

I purchased this shirt from Witchery for  $100-$150 during their annual White Shirt Campaign where all of the proceeds from the shirts and jewelry are donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF). This is a wonderful campaign and I'm so excited to see what they come up with next year. 

I'm a firm supporter of throwing things on and walking out the door. However, this usually makes me look like I've just rolled out of bed (most of the time that would be correct) and restricts me from entering any eatery that isn't McDonald's. Sometimes, a Big Mac and Frozen Coke don't cut it.

This ponte pant (fancy name for leggings) and button up combo are the ultimate lazy persons outfit. It's clean, it's crisp, it enables you to walk into restaurants with dress codes without being escorted out. What more could you possibly want?

Shirt and pants: Witchery
Shoes: Wittner
Bag: Colette by Colette Hayman
Fluff ball and Watch: Sportsgirl

You can never go wrong when you pair a white button-up with a leather jacket. I have worn this combo so many times the items don't get put back in my wardrobe anymore. 

Shirt: Witchery
Jacket: Target (Lily Loves)
Bralette: Bras 'n' Things
Skirt: Factorie
Shoes: Wittner
Vlevet Choker: Bardot
Body Chain: Colette by Colette Hayman

Here I am, all layered up! 
There was only fifteen minutes between the time I got home on this day and when I had to leave again. In that short time, I managed to dust off my sweater dress, throw that on over my stockings and button-up, all while clipping and adjusting jewelry. If this business-casual look doesn't scream success, I don't know what will. 

sweater dress and shirt: Witchery
shoes: Boohoo
Watch and puff ball: Sportsgirl
bag: Colette

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