Classic, crisp and clean

The all-time classic white shirt, the charmingly feminine pretty shirt and the never-fail corporate model striped shirt all star in the new Work-wear collection at Dilly's, launched on July 18.

This time around Dilly's has taken its high-end fashion collection to a whole new level, by bringing out the timeless classics that should be part of any working woman's wardrobe.

The new silhouettes are crisp and clean- the bottoms all neatly tailored trousers, Bermuda shorts and crisp-cut skirts in classic black, corporate blue and modern grays.

The classic trouser shapes suit almost all body shapes-wide legged, straight cut, high waisted etc. with tailored Bermuda shorts for the young working girl.

The crisp and clean cut pencil skirts and A-line skirts epitomise professional elegance.

The new Dilly's website at has the entire collection and more details.

Photography by Devaka Seneviratne

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