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The white shirt: Backwards

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by Make it last on 21 April, 2016

Make it last teams up with GANT to guide you to simple but brillant ways to customize your white shirt.

 

 

Make it last and GANT have a mutual best friend. Always there for us, sensitive to our moods, solid as a rock. The white shirt never lets us down. To honor the garment that fits every occasion we teamed up in a series of films, to showcase simple ways of customizing a GANT Oxford shirt. It’s a celebration of individual style with the use of the most classic, versatile, timeless garment.

This episode is about wearing your shirt backwards.

Emma Elwin’s best styling tip to get the look:

“It’s ridiculously simple, but turning my shirt backwards is actually one of my best styling tips. My favorite way to do it is to tie the ends together at the lower end of the shirt, but if you want to keep it simpler, button the shirt at the top instead, it will give you that subtle back cleavage.”

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See all the episodes in the White Shirt series here.
Make it last in collaboration with GANT.

Production Make it last
Director Marko Bandobranski
Stylist Emma Elwin
Model Amie at Mikas


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