Top 5 of the week: block-print tops

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I dig the hippie girl vibes of these, and they’re mostly pretty lightweight, making them ideal for summer. The barely-there pink print on this one appeals.

And of course I’m all about this yellow print.

A bright and happy option at a very nice price.

If you’ve got the patience, you can find some really good vintage options—like this—on Etsy.

I don’t usually like a big pouffy sleeve, but I think it works here.

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    Melissa Kuperminc
    8 Jun 2022
    5:04pm

    Love, love, love this post. Reminds me of the block print t-shirts I wore during/post college—still summery just more polished. ✨

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    Stephanie
    8 Jun 2022
    11:39am

    What a great theme. What an idiot I was to discard all my hippie-girl clothes when I decided I had to start dressing like a grownup (ha!) after college. Not a week goes by that I don’t lament some item I’ve purged over the last 30 years… Love the Joie top especially, cannot justify the $, sadly.

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    cw
    9 Jun 2022
    8:10am

    It slays me that Etsy’s definition of “vintage” is clothing from the 1990’s. (sigh)

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    Mamavalveeta03
    9 Jun 2022
    1:25am

    These tops always take me back to hot summer nights spent with a boy I adored, down by the lake, in my cut-off 501’s. Sweet!

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      Viajera
      9 Jun 2022
      3:30pm

      Mamavalveeta, what lovely memories! It’s rather inspiring. I think I might pretend that that’s what I was doing too. I sure wasted a lot of time. Otoh, it is not easy to find people one adores. #goals, as I think the kids say. (but i could be wrong)

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    Elisa
    8 Jun 2022
    3:33pm

    I find that Lucky Brand can be a good source for hippie-ish looking tops. There is almost always a sale and they are pretty reasonably priced to start. I have always gotten tops and jeans from them. They also usually have a good selection of white tops.

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