Last season, shirting was a major trend, with deconstruction, one-shoulder, and off-the-shoulder styles dominating both runways and the streets. Quite honestly, there's only so much that can be done to spice up a traditional button-down shirt, but we get really excited when a designer manages to impress us with a new iteration of this timeless piece. Somewhere between work attire and an elevated take on off-duty dressing lie the shirting concepts that Oscar de la Renta sent down the runway for S/S 18. Forget about tucking in your shirt or tying it at the waist—next season fashion girls will be opting for an oversize look. We love the way the shirts are styled here: buttoned up to the very top but only about halfway down to show off cool shorts or pants. Here's a pro tip: Strut into your next meeting with a hand in one pocket, showing off one pant leg. Pair with polished jeans or cool trousers for the workweek or matching shorts on the weekend.
Keep reading to see how Oscar de la Renta's S/S 18 runway is inspiring the next wave of cool ways to wear a button-down shirt.