Have You Noticed That Everyone Is Wearing The Same Shirt?

Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
Imagine if a milkmaid went all Fräulein Maria and crafted a series of blouses out of a floor trader's blue-striped shirts. Then, imagine if she distributed those shirts to every stylish woman in every major fashion capital in the world. That's not exactly how this happened, but it might as well be, because in the last few months, these shirts are everywhere.
Don't get us wrong: We love this milkmaid-of-Wall-Street trend. It's romantic and tough and feels a little off in the kind of way that grabs our attention. You can wear it with skirts or jeans, heels or sneakers, and take it to work and out to a date afterward. It's a crazy shirt that's actually crazy versatile, too. But, obviously, we're not the only ones who feel that way. We've compiled a roundup of the likeminded women who've adopted this style of shirt as their own.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
A dramatic off-the-shoulder calls for a minimal pair of cropped white jeans.
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With a ruffled arm flourish, this simple shirt gets the poetic treatment.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
This shirt is a little less trend-driven, but the longer length of the sleeves makes it feel special.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
That wrapped waist is A+.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
We love how chic this looks with criss-crossed straps and a contrast panel.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
This Miu Miu version with a ruff-bib was a must-buy among Fashion Week-ers last season.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
This forced off-the-shoulder top looks like it could be DIY-ed (Sunday evening project, anyone?).
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
In an oversized cut, this shirt pairs great with a skirt of a totally different pattern.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
Poet sleeves and a wrapped torso are our kryptonite these days.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
Here, the shirt is remade into a wrapped tunic top.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
It even looks great worn under a dress.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
This oversized stripe blouse makes the perfect complement to a plasticky mini.
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Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
This one-shouldered, off-the-shoulder, spaghetti-sauce-sleeved striped shirt hits all the trends.
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