A cool, wearable riff on a traditionally formal piece, the G. Label Song Tux Shirt is oversize—but fitted through the neck and shoulders so it doesn’t overwhelm. It has a hem that’s cropped just right to cover what you want it to (and no more). And the menswear-inspired details—notched collar, welt pocket, elongated cuffs—are refined without feeling at all fussy.
It’s also a secret closet workhorse: You can dress it up for a cocktail party, or down for a day in the office. You can even wear it on the weekend with jeans and sneakers. The key is to not be too precious with it—think of it like any other button-up and you’ll unlock a world of styling possibilities. Three of those, below.
ALL DRESSED UP
Approximate an actual tuxedo with sleek black separates, leaving the shirt untucked to keep things feeling effortless and unstuffy. Complete the look with a few festive touches: multicolored tweed bag, metallic Mary Janes, and dramatic drop earrings.
Team it with trousers and a chunky sweater vest for a preppy, pulled-together office look. Finish things off with a chic yet functional carryall that fits your laptop, your planner, and—yes—even a change of clothes for your post-work Pilates class.
A striped turtleneck and day-off denim make a comfortable base for something crisper on top. Add neutral high-tops, a coordinating tote, and a touch of gold at the ears (and on your pinkie) for an easy goes-anywhere, does-anything ensemble.