Tartans for a country mood, seamed with abstract prints, elabirately embroidered, fluid and romantic, laced or bohemian, frilly or with big ribbons, over collar or Korean remain undisputed protagonists in our winter wardrobes.
Blouses and shirts, timeless classics in women's wardrobes, that designers have enjoyed reinterpreting in myriad ways, fabrics and colours.
Whether you prefer hyper-femininity or, conversely, straight out of men's wardrobes, get inspired by our collection, click on the images and you'll definitely find the right model for you!
1. RIBBONS INSTEAD OF COLLARS
By Saint Laurent and Gucci...no one has been able to resist the mischievous sensuality of a woman's tightly concealed neck.PASSE-PARTOUT
Preferably white, but colourful will also work as long as it's minimal-chic. Ideal over skinny pants and shorts, they're also impeccable with more formal attire. Balmain have made it glamorous with jeweled buttons whereas Dsquared2 have come up with a men's version, making them both among the designers that have made the shirt one of this season's essentials.FRILL-MANIA
Here's a shirt that combines perfectly with a casual look and renders it glamorous. Between the romantic and the bohemian, those by Kenzo, Junya Watanabe and Yohji Yamamato stand out.LONG LIVE PRINTS & THE IMAGINATION
To dispel the winter blues all you need is a shirt overflowing with joy, prints and multitudes of colour! Those who preach this, among others, are Versace, Marni, and True Royal.FEMININITY TO THE NTH POWER
A loosely retro feel for a garment that softens skirts and dresses. Among the fashion icons, Vivetta, Lanvin and Alexander Wang stand out.