WHITE HOT- Your classic white shirt works hard and plays hard.

When you think of wardrobe staples, inevitably a white shirt comes to mind. This item is at the top of our fav list because of is versatility. Seasonless and sensible, it’s the perfect canvas for accessorizing. Here at Vetir Femme, we love showing our clients how they can make their wardrobe transition effortlessly from making copies to sipping cocktails. The "white shirt" by designer Sonia Rykiel is an around-the-clock go-to. While the classic button-up evokes a cool masculine vibe, Sonia Rykiel’s bow detail creates a contrast we’re loving! It keeps it feminine and updated.


While head-to-toe black might come to your mind when you think chic, you might be surprised to know that this season’s trends are lightening up. Pairing our white shirt with metallic pants is a festive alternative to more traditional black trousers. With the holiday’s around the corner, we’re loving the icy metallic trend. The crisp structure of the shirt vibes with the more relaxed style of these Zara pants. These black slouchy booties by Ivanka Trump keep the look relaxed.


Who has time to plan a whole new outfit change  for after-work drinks? We certainly don't. Here’s where our magic white shirt comes in again. Slip into some leather pants (we love these ones by Blank NYC) and freshen up your outfit with this feather vest by Club Monaco. Leather and feathers keep a white shirt fun while Chanel pumps add a polished touch. Black and white is a classic party look that has no season. Add on your favorite sunglasses for the perfect Victoria-Beckham-chic attitude.


Lazy brunch outfits, be gone. We’re stepping up your brunch game with this “put together but not even trying” look. Rag & Bone jeans are a tried and true brand that has all the details we love (frayed hems are a red-hot trend right now). An oversized coat with a more boxy fit like this one by IRO adds a casual touch. As always, keep your shoe game strong with Chanel booties. Conquer brunch best outfit forward!



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