These Trendy Button-Downs Are Going to Make All the Tops in Your Closet Feel Old

Whether it’s button-downs, blazers, or trousers, I love an oversize, unstructured take on traditional menswear. Extra-large white oxford shirts serve so many purposes in my wardrobe: I wear them with leather pants, split-hem leggings, wool miniskirts, and straight-leg jeans, of course. These days, though, I’m craving some variation on the classic. I want unique collars, open necklines, and unexpected sleeves. I’m also interested in stripes, satin, and brown shades—anything to make the options in my closet feel fresh. The button-downs I’ve included below will look so good when paired with other key trends for winter, from sweater vests to leather blazers and billowy trousers. I’d get scrolling if I were you!

I love this collarless open neckline, which is made extra dramatic alongside these balloon sleeves.

Black satin? So chic.

All the editors at Who What Wear swear by this affordable, striped top.

I wouldn’t give you a roundup on button-downs without including a classic white, oversize option. It’s important to keep your rotation crisp.

This top is hitting all the right angles with that extra-sharp collar and irregular buttons.

Cottagecore blouses are usually so loud with ruffles and balloon sleeves. There’s a modern structure to this otherwise Victorian top.

The daintiest denim button-down I ever did see.

A tailored take on the classic white button-down. This will look super cute with boxy trousers or a plaid miniskirt.