If you’ve got a case of fashion fever, you’ve come to the right place! Today I’m sharing a carefully curated selection of trendy spring tops for your shopping satisfaction. And guess what??? Each top is a steal at $50 or less!
Anyone remember the last time bell sleeves were a thing? I do! Bell sleeves and peasant-style blouses were HUGE during the early 2000’s and I was so into it during my freshman/sophomore years in high school. I’m happy they are back in because statement sleeves are an easy way to add interest to a basic pair of jeans for a casual vibe or a pencil skirt for work. And they look good on everyone! Another nice thing about statement sleeves is there’s a lot of variety to choose from with regards to the size of the sleeve – from small dainty flared sleeves to dramatic cascading ruffled flares.
2016 was the year of off-the-shoulder tops, swimsuits, dresses, and more. This year’s “cold shoulder” trend is a bit more wearable because you aren’t constantly adjusting your top to keep it from riding up on your shoulders. The shoulder cutout trend is nice because the sleeves of the blouse will stay in place more easily. It’s also a better option for those who don’t want to show the amount skin that a completely off-the-shoulder top would reveal. Sometimes less is more!
Ruffles, ruffles, and more ruffles! I’m loving the feminine and whimsical element that ruffles are adding to clothes this spring. These flirtatious details can be found on sleeves, hems, across the chest, and on the neckline. Can you have too many ruffles on a blouse? In my opinion, the answer is yes. Too many and your look can start to look a bit over-the-top, and maybe even silly. But this is a fun trend overall that can easily add a touch of glam to your look with little effort. I suggest pairing ruffled top with sleek bottoms such as cropped slim-fit pants, or a sleek pencil skirt; perhaps with a high waist as well!
Would you wear any of these trendy spring tops? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!