Above, use a fabric paint pen to outline a cartoon edge on your shirt's seams. What was buttoned up and stuffy is now graphic and sharp. Via Monochrome.
Make a dramatic statement with oversized sleeves with a tutorial from A Pair & A Spare.
Martha Stewart has a couple of ideas to improve on the classic white shirt, one of which is this ruffled tuxedo front.
Add some edgy color with a dip-dye bath. Kristi Murphy turned the bottom half of a white shirt an olive green.
Margot of The Pastel Project embellished just the collar with some pink and white rhinestones.
Click over if you want to read the four-letter word Jack embroidered on his white collared shirt. You can choose a milder saying of course, or something equally blunt. From The Savoie Daily.
eBay Style Stories adds a black neck tie to a basic white blouse and successfully channels the 70s.
Do you have a favorite way to add some flair to a white button down?