42 1/4" from high point of shoulder (based on size 6).
With menswear roots, the shirtdress (as its name implies) takes its cues from classic button-downs. Gaining popularity in the 1950s, when it was also known as a "shirtwaist dress," it was a stylish option for women's work attire, both inside and outside the home.
We took a classic button-up silhouette and turned it into an ultra-flattering, lightweight shirtdress that can be worn from work to weekend, spring to winter. With tights underneath or strappy sandals, it's the dress you'll reach for—and be complimented on—time and time again.
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