Definition of shirtdress
: a tailored dress patterned after a shirt and having buttons down the front
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The dress's subtle tonal pattern and shirtdress top kept things interesting, while the mid-length skirt was both flowy and comfortable.
The oldest Kardashian stepped out in a white shirtdress, pairing it with a chunky belt, sleek black heels, and a tiny black clutch.
At a serious designer price point, the clothes certainly aren’t intended to be bought in bulk (a poplin shirtdress could set you back $1,795).
Other favorites: Sleeveless Swing shirtdress ($240) and the button-up-the-front-and-back Shelly sleeveless shirt ($180).
Burberry’s Isaline leopard-print shirtdress flows and flutters with delicate mulberry silk ruffles.
And along one wall is a rail of discreet white and black and marinière striped linen and silk, cotton and denim; culottes, shirtdresses, tunics and cashmeres.
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