While there's no doubt that button-down shirts are perfect for formal occasions, it's also certain that they look awesome in casual situations.
Don't think of this piece of clothing as something you can only wear during business meetings or weddings. For one, button-downs match well with jeans. The combo offers the perfect balance between formals and casuals, and, if pulled off correctly, can turn you into both a dapper and stylish gent.
That said, we've rounded up the coolest button-down shirts we could find online. Take time in choosing which one fits your style most.
You're not Lito Atienza to keep the floral tops. Ditch those and go for palm or pineapple pattern, this year's hottest summer prints. Pro tip: Confidence is key. If you wish to wear it in the office, dark denim jeans can even the colors out.
Get it for: P1,757 via American Eagle
The collarless kind is an edgy option. If you're setting your sights on a more laid-back look, pair it with tattered pants or joggers, then complement the outfit with white trainers or oxford shoes.
Get it for: P549 via Zalora
Immaculate button-downs are easily the most versatile. Taking your girlfriend out? Slip into your favorite jeans and sneakers. Special occasions where you're not required to be overdressed? Put on brown chinos. Roll the hem twice or thrice for an easy-going vibe.
Get it for: P899 via H&M
Terno is passé, that's why your top and bottom should have different hues or washes. Dark is for light, and vice versa. Make sure everything fits perfectly. As long as your garb is fitted and structured, you can pretty much get away with anything.
Get it for: P1,495 via Zara
Keep things unbuttoned, which means that your undershirt will make or break your attire.
Get it for: P499 via Oxygen
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