A bunch of cute peasant tops

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Apologies for the absence yesterday: I just got out to Sag Harbor for the first time all summer Monday night, and there were all sorts of country house-type issues to attend to, not even to mention World Cup soccer to watch, and time got away from me. But today I’m back, with a trove of easy peasant tops that are so perfect for this time of year. Here’s one that in a bright color might be too much, but all in black is nicely subtle.

Pretty eyelet and Swiss dot details here.

I like this short-sleeved version because it looks so authentically like an Indian block print.

A nice, light gauze option for throwing on over your swimsuit, perhaps.

 

I like the lace details (and decent price) here so much that this one currently idles in my shopping cart.

A cool mustard yellow iteration.

 

The subtle stripes and clean-lined cut make this one almost menswearish.

I think the smocking here is pretty cute.

A striped top in the kind of muted colors I typically don’t go for, but which I very much like here.

Another sweet eyelet top.

This striped number is delightfully beachy.

I like the kimono sleeves here.

And the pop of yellow here is fun.

The rainbow smocking here is just a delight.

A simple, clean-lined black option.

I like the hem details on this gauze top.

 

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    Mamavalveeta03
    5 Jul 2019
    1:37am

    I never tire of hippie tops! Just yesterday, my daughter and I were checking out candle scents at the Homegoods store – “Ew!” “Eau de Hairspray” “Kitty litter candle!” – when I came across what I referred to as “Dirty skanky old hippie mama” and I smiled as my girl looked at me with disgust. 😉

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    c.w.
    3 Jul 2019
    6:17pm

    Since we are finally getting some summer weather out here I am delighted to see all of these floaty, breezy peasant tops! Even though they remind me almost too clearly of how I dressed in the sixties they are such a refreshing (and cooler) alternative to t-shirts I find myself throwing them in my online shopping baskets rather willy-nilly. Tried as I did to be the “cool girl” in the sixties, perhaps I’ll achieve that “cool girl” vibe in my sixties!

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    lindalindanyc
    3 Jul 2019
    10:15pm

    Odd as it may sound, I always worry when you don’t post (without warning). Enjoy Sag Harbor & Happy 4th!

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