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Posted on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 in Mens Clothing

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how to wear the ralph lauren oxford shirts?

i recently bought an oxford shirt from ralph lauren. it is light pink and the typical button up fit. i was wondering if anyone had some tips or ideas on how to wear it. like un buttoned with a tee? or a cami? or sweater over it? or what? pictures or links would be nice 🙂 10 points to the best answer!

Don’t wear it unbuttoned for sure, it kind of takes away the classic preppy-ness, you know? It’s also not very flattering, kind of manly in a way. You could definitely wear it with a cami underneath, just don’t unbutton it (I mean, you can unbutton to see the cami a little, but don’t unbutton it completely). You could definitely wear a cute v-neck or crew neck cable-knit sweater over top, something like this (white would be the best option, but a heather gray would look cute as well): You don’t have to go so expensive – you can find nice v-necks at Gap, J Crew, and even Forever 21. As far as bottoms go, you can add a skirt (black or gray) to any of the above looks, as well as white or black jeans/pants…even tweed pants (tucked in), or bermuda shorts with a belt.

For a dressier look, you can pair it plain with a skirt. Wear a white cami underneath and unbutton the shirt just until you can see part of the cami (or right below the bust). Tuck this in to a high-waisted skirt like this one: (gray or black), or something a little younger, like this:,+product.marketingPriority,-product.startDate&navCount=24&navAction=poppushpushpush&color=&pushId=W_APP_SKIRTS_CIRCLE&popId=W_APP_SKIRTS&prepushId=WOMENS_APPAREL (in black or flax, you could also add a slim leather belt to either color!)

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