I really dig the crease-y texture of this striped seersucker shirt, which also looks pretty good in white.
This embroidered shirt feels equal parts preppy and boho somehow.
A feminine navy tie neck blouse from Cos that I’d dress down with jeans.
Just a sweet little pink number with barely-there tonal stripes.
Madewell’s Central Shirt is sort of a classic by now, and this version is especially drapey, which you know I love.
The relative simplicity of this floral print—just black and white against a blue background—very much appeals.
And I love how retroish the print on this peasant blouse is.
Just a really good black button-down with a nice, slouchy (but not boxy) shape.
This wrap-front top looks both easy and polished.
I’d totally wear this eyelet top with a colorful cami underneath.
Any more ruffles on this sweet ruffled button down would be way too many, but it’s rather perfect the way it is.
This tuxedo popover comes in a navy I like too, but this pale pink is also really good.
Here’s another shirt with barely-there stripes, as well as a nicely oversized fit.
This subtly puff-sleeved blouse looks slightly like a New York Yankees jersey, but I think it’s pretty spiff nevertheless.
Such a pretty smocked top in a very rich-looking red.
Just a really good, slightly oversized striped tee with an appealing bateau neckline.
This pintuck popover is really elegant and also sort of fun.
The BDV (did I get those letters right?)––the oversized button down selling at Nordstroms is OUTSTANDING!
I’m kind of loving the tuxedo popover in white. Seems pretty versatile.
The Maeve Colette blouse (almost entirely sold out except for XL) print is SUPER Liberty-ish.
(applauds) That red Pilco blouse is looovley! I am going to be thinking about it all day. The JCrew black and white stripe is a delightful mix of graphic and femme.
I’m going to debate the UO/Nordstrom’s striped shirt for quite awhile. Pretty sure my aversion to ironing will win out but it’s screaming my name pretty loudly.
That last shirt comes in navy too. Many of these are very nice – and fun to look at! The yellow wrap style one is lovely.
That pale icy blue seersucker is the epitome of a summer blouse. All of these are great.