The classic white blouse likes everyone and everyone likes the classic white blouse. Denim likes it, trousers like it, skirts like it, jumpers like it. If one garment of clothing were going to act as student body president, it would be the classic white blouse. Below are some candidates for your empire.
Upper Figure Options
Closet empires are not equal opportunity employers, and the Upper Figure need not employ white blouses with little gaping buttons for the benefit of tradition. Keep it clean with an open neckline to break up the line of the bosom. Fit the girls first and tailor the rest. Apply belting and tucking assistants as appropriate to offer appropriate shape and style.
Middle Figure Options: The keywords are cascade and camouflage. Show off your arms, your lovely neck, but keep the soft lines of your figure under banded tops and tunic style cuts with a finished hem that will not be tucked in.
Lower Figure Options: A defined waist with a skirted peplum to cascade over the hips, never fails a southern endowed lady.
Hourglass Options: Tie it, belt it, band it: whatever you need to do to show off the center of your torso.
Linear Options: Keep the neckline high and embellish to allude to volume and curves.
If you have warm undertones in your complexion consider wearing an ivory or honey beige as opposed to a cool white.
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