This lace shirt from Sezane has a very 1970s Jane Birkin feel.
The woven yoke here gives this one an antique-y feel.
Just a nice, slouchy v-neck blouse in a lightly crinkled fabric.
A crisp poplin wrap top that looks more pricey than it is.
I didn’t really think to include tees in this selection, but this one has such a daringly deep V-neck that I had to.
A tie-neck popover tunic that looks just as easy as it does polished.
A slouchy boatneck that is both completely un-prissy and very feminine, somehow.
A faux-wrap top that looks like the easiest thing in the world to wear.
This is a little girlier than I typically go, but I like all of the eyelet details here.
A bare-looking top that actually doesn’t reveal very much at all.
A crisp tuxedo-neck top from Universal Standard.
The stripes at the sleeves of this peasant top are a cool touch.
I like the eyelet flounce sleeves here even though they’re maybe a bit much.
This shirt is from Grayson, which is a cheaper version of the brand Frank & Eileen, and according to several of you, they make a solid button-down. Here’s an even cheaper button-down, if that’s what you’re in the mood for.
Meanwhile, this shirt has a subtle dot pattern, which is cute.
I might have to acquire this peasant top, because it’s so simple in a really perfect way.
Just a really smart-looking shirttail tunic.
The grid pattern here keeps things interesting.
More pretty eyelet on a very sweet top.
A streamlined linen popover for wearing whenever.
And finally: this is the perfect combination of peasant-y and retroish.