Celebrity stylist Clémentine MacNeice has landed herself a spot on RTÉ Player's brand new four-part fashion series, Capsule Style Challenge, and to celebrate we're sharing essential information for those of you trying to build the perfect wardrobe. 

Each week on RTÉ LifeStyle, Clémentine will demonstrate three ways to wear each of her staple pieces. Today's challenge? Wearing a classic white shirt in three stylish ways - watch the video above.

"It's such a classic piece," says Clémentine. "You could have a crisp white shirt or a light linen one - whenever you put on a good shirt, you just feel dressed. You can wear them with skinny jeans, leather pants, shorts, skirts - it's a classic."

"COS always have lovely white shirts," she added. "Marks and Spencers are good when it comes to classic pieces like that, they also wash very well or, if you want to invest in a bigger brand, Maje, Sandro and Claudie Pierlot all do nice shirts and they're are all in Brown Thomas."

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What's the show about?
In each episode of Capsule Style Challenge, two best friends are dropped into a custom wardrobe - stocked by Clémentine - to style a look for each other, based around one capsule wardrobe must-have. While one friend chooses an outfit, the other must watch from backstage, reacting with alternating amusement and horror...  until it's their chance to turn the tables. 

With a cast including Roz Purcell, Niamh Cullen, Rosie Connolly, and Lorna Weightman, there's plenty of banter, laughs and sartorial sass. 

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Watch Capsule Style Challenge on the RTÉ Player now.