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Sometimes our work wardrobe can get a bit boring, don’t you agree? What we wear can affect our attitude, so if you’re wardrobe is getting you down then you’ll feel the same at work. The cure to this is to invest in a work wardrobe that makes you feel confident and positive about your work day. We’ve got a selection of men’s shirts that will be sure to put a skip in your step and get you pumped for work (well at least try to).
The Balduino shirt has been crafted with crisp blue cotton and a satin polish finish. This shade of blue is perfect for your work wardrobe as it is easily paired a grey suit ensemble. The cuff of this shirt has been cut to provide an elegant point at the wrist. The cut of this shirt is slim fitting, allowing the shirt to sit comfortably yet shape your torso.
What wardrobe isn’t complete without a crisp white herringbone shirt. There is nothing more universal than a white collard herringbone shirt. This shirt is super versatile, comfortable and professional. The Sharp Herringbone Shirt is constructed with back darts which allows a hugging fit around the waist. Pair this men’s shirt with any coloured suit ensemble to feel and look professional.
Don’t be afraid to go the dark side with the Noir – Sleek Black Cotton Shirt. This shirt is great to wear to work as it makes a statement but also works well as base to any suit ensemble. If you’re after a super sleek formal look, pair this shirt with a silver grey suit.
Checked shirts come in a million designs and are most suitable for office work wear, however they can be mundane and feel like a uniform sometimes, we get it. The Opacity Purple Check Shirt is not one to make you yawn when you look at it. The opaque detailed purple stripes leave an interesting and detailed look while also works well into your work wardrobe.
Nothing says outspoken more than our Gingham Check Cotton Shirt. This shirt is bold yet refined and is perfect for the office. The blue, red and white check is suitable to wear with a variety of suit ensemble colours.
Author: Bree K.