A few years ago, I wrote all about my favourite retailers of French cuff shirt for women. But then some of the retailers disappeared, went out of business, (fare-thee-well Rhodes & Beckett- sniff!) so its time to give you an updated 2018 version.
One of my favourites. They have the best fit French cuffed shirts in the cutest designs. The fabric seems like a standard floral, but on closer inspection you realise it’s something quirky, like lips, sunglasses or penguins. The shirts are super soft and comfortable and they look great with a pair of jeans.
If you prefer to shop in person, Oxford has a range of stores in all capital cities across Australia (except Darwin).
This delightfully quirky collection has recently been added to the range of Myer. The fabrics are always the best quality cotton and the products are made to last. I adore the detachable French cuff shirts that give you the option of wearing it with cufflinks or removing the cuff for a more relaxed look.
This Flinders Lane boutique has a delightful array of sharply tailored workwear for men and women, with a distinct retro vibe. Shirts are made here in Australia from the finest quality cotton and silks. If you love bold prints, retro patterns and bright colours, you’ll love Cubec.
This Melbourne gem is located in the famous Block Arcade, provides a range of well cut shirts for both men and women. The women’s range is more limited, and not all are French cuff, but the prices and the quality are very good. I always pop in to see them whenever I’m in town. A good range of sizes too – I hate it when the maximum size is a 12 or 14.
Grab a bargain from Essendon DFO with this classic American workwear label. You can always rely on this brand for stylish, simple shirts at the right price. At DFO you can get up to 60% off full retail price. The non-iron finish saves time on busy mornings too…
This UK based online store has great user experience on its website. You can specify the cut of shirt you’re looking for – even specify French cuffs (of course I love that). There’s a terrific range of styles and colours in every shade of the rainbow. With the multibuy offer you can get a few shirts for a good price, and if there’s any fit issues the returns policy is pretty good too.
Shop: www.TM Lewin.com.au
From time to time you can grab a bargain French cuff shirt from your local Target! Can’t go wrong… Stock comes and goes so keep an eye out. The cut and quality is pretty good and you’ll probably even have change from twenty dollars.