They’re just so light, soft and—most importantly—layer-able, and I know some of you are wary of them because you can’t just throw them in the wash, but I steam them after wearing, and can go a lot longer between visits to the dry cleaners that way (also, a few of those I show here are machine-washable). I like this striped shirt because it looks as crisp as cotton, but hangs really nicely. It—and lots of the shirts here—come in several other colors, so do click through if you like the execution but not the hue.
A boatneck top that’d be great layered under a V-neck sweater.
This shirt is washable, and also has stretch, which is handy.
I always love blue and black together, and the print is so pleasingly graphic here.
An elegant band-collar shirt that’d elevate jeans and boots.
The tonal stripes here are a nice, subtle touch.
I especially like the pleated black on this shirt.
This three-quarter sleeve boatneck has a decidedly French feel.
A nice dark floral that’d be great peeking out from under a blazer.
This stretch silk tee is so versatile that I’m considering ordering it in multiple colors.
I like the elastic at the wrists here, and the cut is so flattering.
A band collar popover in a chic and versatile grey.
And finally, a silk cami is just a good thing to own: it keeps sheer tops from being too sheer, and is very sexy when paired with a slouchy cardigan, among other things.