A button-down refers to a garment with a collar, a continuous opening at the front from the collar to the floor and long or short sleeves with cuffs. The front opening is always fastened with buttons or rivets. The traditional button-downs are made of woven fabric and are colored with white seven or eight buttons,
The white button presses are mainly worn by men on formal occasions, with the bottoms tucked in because of their hard shape and property. Their symmetrical appearance gives the wearer a neat feeling. Therefore, they play an important role in school uniforms and women's wardrobes today. They can add an ultra-sophisticated touch to a woman's clothing style.
For a casual look, some transformations have been made to achieve a simple effect. When the modern shirt came onto the market, a wide range of colors was worn, from light pink to dark blue. It is common to see that many girls wear oversized sweaters or tie them around the waist for stylish and comfortable street styles.