Would You Wear A Men's Dress Shirt (As A Dress)?

On a SoHo shopping excursion earlier this week, I was running to the subway and looked up only to be greeted by two ass cheeks peeking out from undern
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On a SoHo shopping excursion earlier this week, I was running to the subway and looked up only to be greeted by two ass cheeks peeking out from undern
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On a SoHo shopping excursion earlier this week, I was running to the subway and looked up only to be greeted by two ass cheeks peeking out from underneath a floating shirttail. That's right. No tights, no shorts and nothing to hide. We're all for pulled together shirt dresses that take a menswear standard and elongates it for a fun summer staple for girls. But we're not entirely sold on the idea of wearing an actual men's shirt that's meant to be tucked into a pair of trousers, but barely skims your butt. The idea of shopping in your boyfriend's closet sounds like an easy way of stealing his blazers and cuffing the sleeves so you can look just like Gwyneth. And throwing on one of his shirts with a cute sandal is the definition of effortless. Sounds great, doesn't it? Our only problem is that men's dress shirts aren't really meant to be worn as a dress so they're a bit disproportioned. Belts can help with making a shape, but the hemline continues to creep up and collars begin to look messy. Hence, your ass on display. It always looks good in the movies and around the house, but would you wear it on the street? --KYLE HAYES