Tops with really good prints are a nice shortcut to having a “look,” and I am all about style shortcuts this time of year. I think this lip print is both chic and cheeky.
I ordered this Etoile Isabel Marant top over the weekend, and it came yesterday and is so good that I put it on immediately (with a cami; it’s pretty sheer). The print is unstoppably cool, and is also blue and black, which is maybe my favorite color combination.
I like the idea of dots on a red background. It’s so nice and bold.
Just a very cheery Liberty of London option.
Something about the fact that the dots on this tie-neck top are outlined in black makes the whole enterprise more sophisticated.
This popover looks so comfortable and slouchy, and the print is nicely moody, if that’s a thing.
I enjoy the pops of pink here.
A very feminine choice, and a very good red, which I’m always partial to.
Click through and magnify the image, and you’ll see that this button-down has the cutest starburst pattern.
I’d wear this blouse under a blazer, or on its own once it gets warmer. I think it’s just gorgeous.
Green and black is a rare—and pretty compelling—color combo, and I think the floral here is really sweet.
The stripes on stripes on this crisp cotton shirt intrigue me.
And the rainbow stripes here are just a delight.
The knot front here is excellent camouflage for a poochy stomach, and the print is appealingly retro.
I just think the print on this somewhat splurgy Giada Forte top is so delicate and pretty.
I always like an oddly-shaped dot, and the flourish at the arms here is unexpected and appealing.
This blouse has a somewhat trippy print, but I really like it.
Maybe the chicest heart pattern I’ve ever seen.
This elephant print is just good fun.
Here is a post I did recently on cute tops that cost under $100.