I like the pretty neckline here, and the slightly faded-out blue.
And I’m a fan of the boxy shape of this snake print shirt.
This is a nice, somewhat elevated alternative to a tee.
The big patch pockets and roll-tab sleeves are nice touches here.
This crisp popover is from Universal Standard, where they’re now offering clothes in sizes 8 to 32.
The drape front shirt is so ubiquitous I’d almost call it a new classic, and the stripes are very spiff.
The inverted pleat here feels very Maria Cornejo-ish.
There’s a subtle plaid print on this cute cotton blouse that adds the just-right amount of interest.
I usually don’t go in for tie-front tops because they’re often too cropped, but the tie-front here is nice and low.
Just a very winning red floral on a flattering shape.
Polka dots get a lot more sophisticated in black and white.
This gauze top looks a lot like something by Xirena, but it’s much cheaper.
The simplest notch collar blouse for wearing under blazers.
I dig the fact that this sweet, kind of retroish print is on a pretty straightforward button-down.
I always like a floral on a black background, and this wrap top looks quite wearable.
This crisp-but-slouchy linen button down is right out of my playbook.
This shirt is so clean-lined and designer-y-looking.
Why not something in a vibrant tomato red?
I just think this would be quite flattering—with jeans, or dressed up with skinny trousers.