Monday, June 11, 2012

THE Shirt

Signature Shirt in Python from The Shirt by Rochelle Behrens

There are two pieces of clothing that come to mind when I think of timeless American wardrobe staples- a great pair of jeans and a button down shirt. Ever since we women have been old enough to dress ourselves, these items, cut in different fabrics and fits, have undoubtedly been in out closets. While I'm not sure that any company has mastered the every-woman's perfect pair of jeans, there is a brand that has mastered the perfect button down shirt for women: The Shirt by Rochelle Behrens

Rochelle's success began in her quest to help women find a button down shirt that didn't gape at the bust. To help REAL WOMEN live and work gap-free, Rochelle invented brilliant dual button technology. The Shirt buttons just like any other blouse but in between the usual exterior buttons are interior buttons that fasten together to keep you locked and loaded. This technology also allows you to vary how low you keep your neckline without forcing you into extremes- so you can appear buttoned up in the boardroom and then release a button or two for an apres-work drink with a new flame. (Or if you're me, you don't have to wear a tank every time you wear a shirt that buttons!) 

image via The Shirt by Rochelle Behrens

Luckily, Rochelle's strategy and practicality comes in gorgeous options. The Shirt isn't just a plain white button down. Sleeveless versions, tunic options, patterns and prints are all offered in this savior of a shirt. It's even a favorite of another women's savior, Bobbi Brown

Since discovering the genius of The Shirt, I've done a bit of daydreaming...

Check out The Shirt's site and let me know which piece(s) you're loving. Or if you already have one, let me know which one it is so that I can copy you! 


  1. Love the cheetah shorts outfit and the bow shirt outfit. I am going to have to check these out!!

    1. Aren't you a little obsessed with how fun these tops can be?? I bought those shorts already (J. Crew!) and am thinking that mint green top will have to become mine. I could definitely see you in the bow shirt outfit, you romantic-style dresser you!


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