Red wine, mustard, excess sweat induced from a keynote speech gone rogue—they’re all no match for the Unstainable White Shirt
, which has women everywhere asking how it took so long for this to become a thing. Developed by a chemist and produced by New York-based clothier Elizabeth & Clarke
, the concept raised more than $220,000 through Kickstarter in May, and the tailored shirts will begin shipping to customers in September. Choose from four styles (including a $50 blouse and $25 tee) and three colors (white, black and blush) to add some road warrior-worthy pieces to your travel wardrobe.