The Ports 1961 Fall 2014 Collection shows you how many ways one can cut a classic men's shirt for a woman. In honor of Ports original No. 10 blouse, designer Fiona Cibani gives a wholehearted experiment to find out. Ranging from properly buttoned-up iterations worn classically under black sweaters and circle skirts, to the more elaborate layers of tiered cotton ruffles, the white shirt comes in multiple guises across the runway.
The white shirt comes pleated into a jacket or worn with a draped white pink collar proves it comes in handy in any situation. Sharply tailored, mile-long boot cut flared pants and the pleated leather skirt worn with a matching voluminous leather skirt emerge as a winter tailleur as well.
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