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Style: 8548897
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Pick up a tip from the guys: contrasting collars and cuffs make one fine office look. We've extended the two-tone look to a clean button placket and added distinctly feminine tailoring with professional polish.
  • Contrasting point collar with tonal ribbon trim inside
  • Clean, contrasting button placket
  • Tucked detail on shoulder yoke seams
  • Long sleeves with contrasting cuffs
  • Cotton/Polyester/Spandex
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
    Formal I love wearing it for work and sometimes with jeans for a casual look, and still looks great! March 2, 2013
    I Wear This Often Wonderful purchase. It's such a great fit! I like how the buttons are tucked away beneath the white stripe. I probably wear this to work once a week. For your reference: I weigh around 110 pounds, I'm 5'3" tall, and I bought this in XS. February 28, 2013
    Terrific I am in love with this shirt! Definitely, a must have . February 7, 2013
    Great look, saw it on TV last night! I bought this shirt last week and was excited to see Shauna, the receptionist on The Mindy Project, wearing it in last night's show! (She almost always wears an Express Essential shirt!). I'm a big fan of the essential shirt and I love the unique contrasting collar & cuff. I own these in practically every color so I like having one that's a little different. This is great for work and is really flattering. January 23, 2013
    Disappointed and Look Like a Nun Well, first off, I probably ordered a size too big. I normally wear a small, in shirts (34B, 120 lbs, 5'3). I ordered this shirt online, because it looked awesome, but I was surprised to see that this shirt looked over-sized on me. I considered exchanging it for an XS, but I decided I looked like a nun in this shirt. Also notable, the fabric was not what I expected. I thought the fabric would be like the other Essential shirts, but it's something that wrinkles easily and feels like someone used a lot of starch to iron it. December 28, 2012