As I’ve mentioned before, I do not love what’s happening in fashion right now: all the ruffles and frou frou touches are getting me down, and I was frankly concerned I wouldn’t find enough tops to populate this post. Happily, my fears were unfounded—there are so many cute tops for under $100 that I’ve actually turned this post into a two-parter. So be sure to come back tomorrow, and in the meantime, how sweet is this smocked gauze top?
This oversized button down comes in a variety of appealing striped colorways.
Just a rather perfect button-down with the exact right amount of slouch.
A tie-neck top that’d be great with khaki chinos.
This scoopneck top is romantic without being prissy.
A simple blue and white floral print makes this top standout.
A rather perfect chambray popover for throwing on whenever.
I really (and unexpectedly) love the lilac hue on this linen shirt.
An oversized tunic for wearing out with jeans, or lounging around at home in whatever.
A fun striped peasant top with appealing pops of blue.
This chambray shirt is everything I want in a chambray shirt: it’s got good pockets, a nice wash, and not-too-oversized fit.
I think this ruched tee looks handmade. It’s also kind of sexy.
There’s a fun, tiny floral print on this short-sleeved button down.
Such a good green zebra print on this tee.
I swear by Madewell’s Central Shirt in warm weather: it’s the perfect weight and cut for when it’s hot out.
And finally: the tonal stripes here are so spiff.