When Christian Dior added a full skirt and crinoline to the standard men's dress shirt in his 1947 "New Look" collection, he hardly knew that he was creating a women's wardrobe staple for the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. But by the 1950s three-quarter-sleeved shirtdresses with notched collars and full skirts were ubiquitous for both day and eveningwear, and have remained so ever since.
This season, the Gap has produced some of the prettiest and most wallet-friendly shirtdresses on the market, in myriad prints, patterns, colors and cuts, all for $60.00 or less. Update your closet for this season and next with one (or more!) of our picks below. Snag 30% off your online purchase with code GAP30 at checkout.
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