Cute spring tops under $100, part 2

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I think this striped eyelet shirt is just about the cutest, and would look great under a blazer.

A cool zebra-stripe top in an unexpected—but really good—hue.

A breezy gingham popover that’s ideal for the warm days ahead.

This off shoulder tee is both super-cool and quite classic.

I dig the micro-stripes on this seamed shirt, and also the slightly shorter sleeves.

The abstract print on this smock-waisted top is really good and a little reminiscent of the 80s.

This gauze button-down also comes in both white and black, but I really like this dusty rose.

Such a great floral print on this voluminous peasant top.

A cute cotton tie neck top that’d spiff up your same old boring jeans.

OK, so this shirt doesn’t feature especially spring-like colors, but I really love the blue and brown together.

And you know how big a fan I am of blue and black together, like on this lovely top.

The tonal plaid here is a cool, subtle touch.

Just a good, slightly oversized striped poplin shirt.

I’m pretty sure I’ve shown you this striped tee before, but I just think it’s perfect.

This twill shirt is chic in a Boy-Scout-uniform kind of a way.

This pretty, feminine specimen looks way pricier than it is to me.

And here’s a pretty good leopard print in a nice, clean shape, which is just how I like my leopard prints.

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    cw
    6 Apr 2022
    9:10am

    That J. Crew striped poplin looks so comfortable and such a great price! And cotton!!!

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    A Lass
    6 Apr 2022
    11:19am

    The gingham and dusty rose shirts are drawing me in. Maybe it’s a combination of the classic cut and unusual colors (for me) that have no end of appeal this spring.

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    Viajera
    6 Apr 2022
    12:45pm

    I am digging on all the animal prints today and yesterday. I think that is from hanging around here. Great post!

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