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The white shirt is a staple found in most wardrobes – whether you wear yours as an easy everyday work choice, a beach cover-up during summer or a crisp brunch look with jeans and flats – it's always a hit of instant freshness. During Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2018, the memo from the streets was: the bigger, the better. We're talking oversized balloon sleeves, nipped-in cuffs and worn with varying hemlines...
White and overalls

Under overalls

If you spent your school days trapped in an endless tunic and shirt cycle then this look is your adult update (and not a backpack or hat in sight). The dramatic billowy sleeves balance out the fitted shoulder shape, ensuring the shirt sits snuggly under the checked dress. Georgia Zogopoulos finishes the outfit with statement earrings, chunky sunnies and block heel mules for serious luxe status.
Yan Yan Chan in white shirt


Sydney-based content creator Yan Yan Chan wears her oversized white shirt with a textured maxi skirt. The waist is pulled in tight and tied at the back so the gathered detail of the skirt is not lost. Again, the look is elevated with the addition of sleek accessories and chunky boots.

Ksenjia in white shirt

Pictures: Julian Schulz

Tied up

The face of E! Australia, Ksenija Lukich knows a thing or two about getting it right for big events. During MBFWA 2018, this structured white shirt was an instant hero piece. The strong collar and statement tie-cuffs worked so well with this button-down mini skirt. By adding sleek heels and a cute box bag, the look is CEO certified.