Entertainment ESC: Dare to Wear Shirt Dress

Published on July 29th, 2016 | by

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Rita Ora Masters Pantless Perfection-Get Her Take on the Shirt Dress

ESC: Dare to Wear Shirt Dress

No pants? No problem. 

When it comes to rocking a shirt dress, sexy doesn’t exactly come to mind…until we spotted Rita Ora on the street, of course. Oversized, button-up dresses are great for casual comfort, but now the singer is giving us inspiration on how to add some edge to the classic fashion staple. The structured number she’s sporting is shorter in the front and longer in the back, creating a difference in hem and adding dimension.

Pro tip: If you’re having some trouble shopping for the perfect dress, look for a regular shirt instead and opt for a size or two larger than your normal wear (or keep scrolling for some dope picks).

ESC: Dare to Wear Shirt Dress

This look is effortless, casual and comfortable. Oversized wear is complementary to any body type, and showing some leg adds a little somethin’-somethin’ (read: You won’t feel like you’re drowning in too much material). If you’re looking for a more polished look, go with booties like Rita. For an everyday look, keep it easy with a pair of white sneakers and you can’t go wrong.

Bonus: Most of these could double as not only a dress but also something to tuck in to your favorite denim. A dress and a shirt in one purchase? Done and done. 

H&M Long Cotton Shirt, $ 29.99, RAG & BONE Cotton Utility Shirt, $ 215; MCQ ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Striped piqué shirt dress, $ 485

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