Sleeveless Blouses: Option 1 | Option 2 | Option 3
All of these are incredibly easy to wear, whether in an office environment or with jeans for a put-together casual look. They have special detailing, whether it’s a tie-neck or pleats, that take them up a notch so that you don’t have to work as hard to look like you’ve got it together. I totally love #1 and while #3 is just a plain black top, the pleats make it so pretty!
Notes: Option 3 comes in white.
Sleeves: Option 4 | Option 5 | Option 6
Same idea as above, but with sleeves. These are great to transition from summer to fall, and definitely through the spring also. Option 4 is a fun top to wear with its vibrant colors, while the other two are great neutrals made interesting with subtle patterns.
Notes: Option 6 comes in 2 colors.
Nicer Than Tees: Option 7 | Option 8 | Option 9
These probably lend themselves to more casual tops compared to the first row. But they can totally be made office-appropriate paired with business casual staples like a pencil skirt and cardigan or a blazer and trousers or khakis.
Notes: Option 7 comes in a solid mustard yellow. Option 9 has cool burnout detailing that makes it better than a normal tee, even though it pretty much is a tee. Also comes in navy and ivory.
Dresses: Option 10 | Option 11 | Option 12
And some dresses to go from work to the weekend! Sandals or flats for the weekend–easy. Blazers or a cardigan and wedges or heels for work. Again, easy, right?
Notes: Option 10 comes in eggplant.
Anyone else got back to school / back to work / back to fall shopping on the brain?