Saint Laurent's shirt is made from lustrous crepe de chine printed with white polka-dots that pop against the contrasting black background. It's cut in a loose shape and falls to a curved longer hem for extra coverage at the back. Try wearing yours with leather pants or denim shorts.
Splendid's slouchy marl-gray top is cut from fine stretch-jersey that is perfect for layering or wearing in warm weather. This lightweight staple has elasticated cuffs that add a touch of structure to the loose shape.
Elizabeth and James is at the forefront of the 'new luxury' movement, creating impeccably cut, season-transcending pieces that look and feel great. Made from sky-blue and white striped cotton-poplin, this 'Farrah' top has voluminous sleeves and wraps around the waist to tie at the back. The slightly shorter length works well with high-rise jeans or maxi skirts.
Burberry's top is made from cotton-blend jersey with a soft brushed backing for extra warmth. It features the house's signature checked lining along the hood. The relaxed fit is perfect for layering over T-shirts or lightweight sweaters.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Self-Portrait's elegant top is cut from floral guipure lace in a deep midnight-blue hue. It's trimmed with crepe ruffles at the sleeves and along the front. Wear yours with washed denim, tempering the sheer finish with a tonal camisole.
MSGM's top is cut from antique-rose satin and hammered to enhance its lustrous shine. It's detailed with tie-fastening cuffs that create elegant blouson sleeves. The billowy shape will tuck effortlessly into denim and wide-leg pants.
We've been coveting Off-White's hooded tops ever since Rihanna wore one on a boat in Barbados. Made from black cotton-jersey, this version is printed with the brand's instantly recognizable arrow motif and the words 'seeing things' in blue. Emphasize its oversized cut with a mini skirt.
Right before the show at New York Fashion Week, J.Crew posted a photograph of this shirt on Instagram with the caption, spoiler alert: we're still obsessed with pink. Part of the 'Boy' line, it's cut in a slightly loose shape from gingham cotton that's slightly crinkled. Wear it with the sleeves messily rolled.
Equipment's 'Slim Signature' shirt is cut from washed-silk that's printed with scores of stars. This relaxed, monochrome design has patch pockets and a box pleat at the back to accentuate its fluid drape. Try it with the top few buttons undone, allowing a lace bra to peek out.
This 'Bela' shirt is a perfect example of Acne Studios minimalist aesthetic. Cut from crisp white cotton-poplin, this versatile style is designed with an oversized silhouette. Wear yours with tailoring to the office or tucked into a mini skirt on the weekend.
We're not the only ones who love Off-White's streetwear-inspired pieces - Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Lily Aldridge have all been spotted wearing them. Cut in an oversized silhouette, this cotton-jersey top is printed with the brand's arrow stamp at the back. We think it looks cool half-tucked into jeans or a midi skirt.
Balenciaga's top has ties at the front to create the look of a scarf. Cut from mid-weight stretch-jersey, this hooded piece is embroidered with 'Femme Fatale' in a medieval-inspired font - a reference to metal bands from the '80s and '90s. Balance its oversized fit with skinny jeans or leather leggings.
Balenciaga's hooded top is cut in the label's signature oversized proportions. Made from cotton-blend jersey with a scuba-like finish, it's printed with the house's iconic logo in lowercase lettering and has a drawstring hem to create a cocoon shape. Wear yours with jeans and sharp ankle boots.
The crisp white shirt is a constant in our closet – it's the piece that always pulls a look together. Equipment's 'Arlette' is cut from cotton-poplin with side splits that make it easy to half-tuck into your jeans or pants, just like our favorite bloggers do.
Equipment's menswear-inspired shirts have become a mainstay in every cool girl's wardrobe. The 'Ansley' shirt is cut from featherweight washed-silk and finished with Western-style flap pockets. Wear yours with skirts or jeans.
Georgia O'Keeffe's desert paintings inspire the earthy color palette and dainty floral prints seen throughout See by Chloé's Pre-Fall '17 collection. This patchwork blouse is cut from chiffon and has a weightless silk-georgette pussy-bow tie and sleeves. We like it best tucked into high-waisted denim.
Riffing on '90s subculture references, Vetements' cotton-blend jersey hooded top is printed with heavy metal-inspired lettering at the front - the list of cities at the back plays on band merchandise. This oversized piece has dropped shoulders and a wide hem that can be cinched by a toggle-fastening drawstring. Let the sleeves hang loose over your hands.
Demna Gvasalia sparked conversations on social media when he debuted Balenciaga's new logo during Paris Fashion Week - show attendees and excited followers were quick to pinpoint Bernie Sanders' campaign emblem as the inspiration. This oversized hooded top is cut from royal-blue cotton-jersey and has ribbed trims. Tuck the front into high-rise jeans.
Type Alexa Chung's name into Instagram and your search will return over 100, 000 posts dedicated to her style. Part of the tastemaker's debut collection, this V-neck blouse is cut from glossy sky-blue satin and trimmed with ruffles at the pussy-bow collar. We love how the gathered cuffs create added volume in the sleeves.
In the '80s, student designers from the now-called Central Saint Martins flocked to The Blitz Club in London - the legendary subculture nightspot that informed 3.1 Phillip Lim's Pre-Fall '17 collection. Designed with a draped cold-shoulder silhouette, this silk-satin blouse has crepe cuffs and faux pearl-embellished grosgrain straps. With a much shorter hem than the version we saw at the presentation, it's more wearable for every day.
Demna Gvasalia isn't one to shy away from making headlines, and he did it again with Balenciaga's new logo that debuted in Paris - showgoers and Twitter followers were quick to compare the lettering underlined by waves to a US presidential campaign emblem. This hooded sweatshirt is cut from red cotton-jersey for an oversized fit. Balance the proportions with skinny jeans or tailored pants.
As soon as Cindy Crawford and Linda Evangelista stepped out onto the runway in the design in the early '90s, Versace's baroque-meets-animal print became iconic. This silk-twill shirt is paneled with leopard spots through the front and zebra stripes at the back. It's finished with gold 'Medusa' buttons at the collar and cuffs and is intended for a slightly loose fit.
Sacai is all about experimental silhouettes and unexpected texture combinations. This shirt has a classic clean-lined poplin front and turns to reveal a signature pleated lace back - it's cut longer for a relaxed finish. Cinch the grosgrain belt to balance the A-line shape.
The 'Boy' shirt is one of J.Crew's best-selling styles. This version is made from navy and white cotton-poplin in the brand's favorite pattern - stripes. It's cut for a slightly loose fit and has button-fastening cuffs that make it so easy to roll up and re-style the sleeves. Tie it into a knot at the hem for a more casual look after work.
Equipment's silk crepe de chine shirt is cut into the label's 'Leema' silhouette - it has shorter hem and smaller collar than the brand's classic 'Signature' and 'Essential' styles. It's printed with a painterly floral motif and has a semi-sheer finish. Wear yours with cropped pants and loafers.
Gucci's Pre-Fall '17 campaign was inspired by London's 'Northern Soul' music and dance movement from the late '60s. Featured in the video, this pink hooded top is made from substantial loopback cotton-jersey and appliquéd with the planet Saturn, metallic rays and a rainbow. Layer yours over a turtleneck to echo the lookbook styling.
See by Chloé's Pre-Fall '17 collection is inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings of the cliffs, mountains and landscapes of New Mexico. Cut from airy georgette with a ditzy floral pattern, this blouse is trimmed with plissé ruffles at the cuffs and hem. In terms of styling, it's all about the neck ties - fasten them into a bow and team with tailored pants, or leave them loose when opting for denim.
For Pre-Fall '17, See by Chloé's earthy color palette is inspired by artist Georgia O'Keeffe's desert paintings. This cream crepe blouse has pretty ruffles at the neckline and cuffs and is edged with beige stitching. Loosen the ties across the V-neck depending on how relaxed you want it to fit across the shoulders.
Clare Waight Keller's final collection for Chloé is inspired by the carefree spirit of indie heroines of late '70s. Cut from featherweight silk crepe de chine, this romantic blouse has gathered shoulders and an inverted back pleat. Continue the laid-back attitude by leaving the long pussy-bow ties undone.
Rosie Assoulin's whimsical collections are loved by Leandra Medine - she's a friend of the designer and encouraged her to launch her namesake label. Cut from crisp cotton-poplin, this 'Swash Buckler' top has a bib collar and voluminous sculptural sleeves. Balanced the oversized proportions with a pencil skirt.
Balenciaga reworks its cult 'pinched' shirt in a navy and white check for Pre-Fall '17. Defined by a cool, buttoned collar that can be cinched or left loose, this cotton-blend poplin piece has an oversized silhouette and curved hem. Half tuck yours into high-rise jeans.
Pink is one of Alessandro Michele's favorite colors - he loves to use it in Gucci's collections and was also spotted in a blush tuxedo when he collected his CFDA International Award. Made in Italy from glossy silk crepe de chine, this shirt is embellished with a row of faux pearl buttons and a contrasting bow, and has a cream collar and cuffs. Complement the subtle grosgrain trims with black pants.
Suitable for the office or off-duty, reworked shirting is one of the most wearable trends this season. rag & bone's 'Calder' style is made from crisp cotton-poplin with a cool high-low hemline and sharp collar. Roll your sleeves to reveal the contrasting white cuffs.
J.W.Anderson's top has a ruffled high neck inspired by Victorian styles. Made from cobalt-blue cotton-poplin, it's cut in a relaxed shape and finished with a row of black horn buttons along the front. Wear yours tucked into monochrome skirts or pants.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Michelle Mason's antique-rose silk-charmeuse top has long sleeves that drape languidly over the arm to expose the shoulders. The low V-neck is framed by a slim choker-style neckline and the wrap-effect front is secured by a discreet snap fastening. Tuck it into tailored pants or jeans.
When channeling the insouciant ease of French girl style, a classic Breton top should be the first thing on your shopping list. Prada's version is cut from soft cotton-jersey and printed with faded black stripes. It's appliquéd with a subtle triangle at the back to reference the house's iconic logo.
Anna Sui's Spring '17 collection is dubbed 'American Pie' - it's filled with various pop culture and folk art elements. A nod to classic Western styles, this floral-print silk-crepon shirt has a contrasting yoke that's trimmed with metallic embroidery. Wear yours tucked into jeans or knot the front, as seen on the runway.
Comme des Garçons Comme des Garçons' shirt is defined by its oversized Peter Pan collar - the brand's signature detail and a favorite of Alexa Chung's. It's been tailored in Japan from lustrous cotton-sateen, and has a straight fit through the body offset by a curved hem. Leave it loose over a midi skirt.
J.Crew's 'Cardamom' shirt nods to this season's trend for reworked styles, but is still classic enough for work with the right pair of high-rise pants. This cotton-poplin piece is cinched with a waist-defining wrap belt. Wear yours with a few buttons undone to create a relaxed shape at the collar.
Theory's shirt proves that pinstripes shouldn't be reserved for the office - instead, consider them a neutral and style them with denim or tailoring. This crisp cotton-poplin shirt sits off the shoulder and is finished with slim, adjustable straps.