This is quite feminine, but still so clean-lined.
Just a sweet, simple, flirty top.
I’d wear this tiered top half-tucked (I know some of you are over the half-tuck, but I abide) and layered under a leather jacket.
I might circle the self-belt on this Universal Standard top around my waist one more time so that it doesn’t hang down quite so far, unless I was in a really dramatic mood.
An elegant and well-priced office-appropriate top.
The pintucks and eyelet work together very nicely here.
Usually I don’t like a neck this high,but the eyelet keeps everything airy.
I’m a big fan of the white-on-white stripes here, and the raw hem.
This Madewell top has just a touch of shimmer, which is a subtle bit of fun.
An off-shoulder top is kind of an evergreen, and so good with your hair piled up and big earrings.
Just an easy, classic silhouette. I can see reaching for this endlessly.
This crepe top is another good one for under blazers.
This popover is so elegant and even a little sexy.
I really like the asymmetrical neckline here.
I’ve taken to wearing silk button downs like this one under sweaters instead of cotton ones, and the result is so much less bulky.
This wrap top would be aces with high-waisted trousers.
This tee drapes really nicely.
This blouse looks like a vintage store find, but certain details, like the neckline, are very modern.