While designer Rochelle Behren’s clothing is not considered “menswear,” her classic button-down shirts address an issue that many of us with breasts have with shirts: gaping at the bust. Behren’s products are shown mostly on feminine presenting women in her ads and on her website; however, the fact that her line is so successful demonstrates that gaping is such a problem that it sees no gender presentation or sexual orientation. Classic button-down shirts are not meant to fit bodies with breasts, period.
How does Behren’s shirts differ from others? Her secret is the “boob button,” a dual button technology. Need another plus? Some of the fits are designed without seems on the front for a smooth finish.