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Spring's White Shirts

Crisp, cool and considerably effortless to pull off, the white shirt is the staple item for spring that everyone must have in their wardrobe. Pair over jeans with flats or dress up tucked into fitted trousers or a skirt: the white shirt offers diversity. Be it a day in the office, a walk in the park or an evening of cocktails, this essential piece of fashion kit will see you through. It's a fail-safe option - just remember to iron...


Keep it simple with an insouciant look. Pair this oversized, loose white shirt over blue jeans. Ditch the skinnies - this season is all about 'The Boyfriend' jeans. Isabel Marant carries this look off with ease in a pair of wedged trainers. Parisian chic for spring.


Slick and incredibly versatile, a 'boyfriend' shirt from Zara can be worn sans jeans if you're brave enough. Think Carrie Bradshaw's stylish refashioning of Big's white shirt. Pair with a belt and a pair of stilettos and button that shirt right up to the top. Layer a cute necklace around the collar for an extra girly touch.


A simple cropped sleeve blouse from Burberry, paired with nautical striped shorts and boat shoes is just the ticket to a cool, casual look for summer. To be worn on brighter days in the city - a nice alternative to the more ubiquitous summer dress.


Smarten up with a white shirt from Jaeger, complete with circle detailing. Tuck into a high wasted skirt or pair of trousers and wear with heels for extra oomph. A leather skirt layered over this pretty shirt toughens up the whole look, adding an interesting edge.

J Crew

Wear J Crew's white shirt over shorts, jeans, or a pretty slip dress. Spaghetti straps are still very much in this season, so layer over a 90s style dress for a look that is relaxed and right on trend. Opt not to button up. Instead, wear this shirt over your outfit - a final addition to pull a look together.

& Other Stories

Opt for this white blouse from & Other Stories if simple and easy office wear is what you're after this spring. Wear over culottes or wide legged trousers and heels. Clean lines and simple detailing make this the ideal piece to wear to the office.


Go all nautical with H&M's sailor style shirt - complete with thick blue stripe. Wear over fitted, high wasted navy trousers and a chunky wedge or platform for extra wow factor.

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Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus (Southern end of Regent Street): Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines

Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.