I've come full circle on oxford shirts. I first started wearing them for student teaching and my part-time job at a jewelry store because I thought that's what was considered professional clothing. But those shirts eventually always ended up in the back of my closet. I felt like they were too boring and too masculine for my taste. Honestly, the problem wasn't the shirts. It was me. I didn't know how to style it in a way that still felt feminine. Well, nothing say girly like an A-line floral print skirt. And it would be silly to totally ditch oxford shirts - classics are classics for a reason. When you wear an oxford shirt, you do look put-together, crisp, and chic. I just prefer to steer clear of basic black pants while wearing one.
Shirt: Gap (American Goodwill) | Skirt: Forever 21 (Similar) | Belt: American Goodwill | Watch: It's About Time Earrings: Gift | Shoes: Rack Room Shoes | Necklace: India