As you know, I've been on the hunt for a white silky, slouchy blouse for fall/winter. But I'm beginning to wonder if this is an elusive beast and more importantly, if it's actually the style direction I'm heading in.
On the weekend, trying on ALL of my fall/winter items (I purge ill fitting, unwanted items at the beginning of each season), I'm not feeling the slouchy love as much as I used to. Although I still love a good menswear-inspired outfit, I'm not wanting as much slouch as before. In fact, I have purged my Sears black and tweed slouchy trousers (WAAAAAAAY too big now as they were big to begin with) and have my Lord & Taylor Wonder Woman transpired slouchy trousers in the holding zone. I seem to be feeling a bit more of a tailored vibe lately - not tight but not slouchy.
So this has led me to think that perhaps I would prefer a bit more of a tailored white shirt than a slouchy one. I wouldn't go so far as to say I want a crisp white shirt, but almost something in between, if that's possible.
Since I have put myself on a strict shopping budget, I have been scouring eBay and have found a lovely Anne Fontaine shirt at a very reasonable price. In fact, this might be the one that Natalie has with the double collar and double cuffs.
I checked the conversion chart so know that the European size listed corresponds with my U.S. size but am just wondering if Anne Fontaine shirts run TTS? Here's a pic of the shirt BTW. The seller does offer inexpensive shipping and full returns so there's not really any risk involved.
Also, do you think this type of shirt could work with my style?