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Chambray Wrangler Workshirt at Butter Toast Boutique

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Each week Gem features one standout piece from a local shop. Whether it's a jacket, necklace, or handbag, it's on our have-to-have list.

What: A simple, casual Wrangler workshirt in lightweight chambray. It's cut for gentlemen, but has serious potential as women's top (and not for the next theme party).

The pale blue shirts are a must-have thanks to "cool chick" labels like Madewell and Isabel Marant, not to mention the ever-growing trend of menswear (boyfriend jeans, anyone?) as women's wear.

Where: Butter Toast Boutique

Price: $20

Style It: The denim top is a wardrobe staple because of its versatility, so there are tons of options here.

Check out our two favorite looks for this shirt after the jump.


1: Go J. Crew-style preppy with slim-fit khakis and boat shoes (inspiration here). It's still warm outside, so you can definitely get away with it.

2: Make it more city savvy with black knit riding pants (like these from DKNY), knee-high boots (see Chloé Tucson boot in camel), and too many rings.

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