Top Talk: Reviving Your Wardrobe with Classic Styles and Unexpected Twists

Top Talk: Reviving Your Wardrobe with Classic Styles and Unexpected Twists
The humble top. It's the foundation of countless outfits, a blank canvas upon which we paint our personal style. But sometimes, even the most beloved wardrobe staples can feel a little…tired. Fear not, fashion friends! This season is all about reviving classic tops with a new twist, injecting fresh energy into your daily ensembles.

The Classic Tee — Redone :
The classic tee is a style staple, period. Goodbye white and hello bold statements in 2019 Experiment with bright colors, bold patterns, or a surprise detail like ruffles and embroidery. Step up your tee-game by pairing it with a midi skirt and some statement earrings for a chic daytime look or wear it under a blazer with a statement necklace for a workday outfit.
The crop top is back (but not as you know it):
Who can forget the 90s and crop tops? Except, they're baaack, but now they're more sophisticated. We're talking long-line cropped silhouettes, with high-waisted midi skirts or wide-leg trousers. This will result in a form fitting, balanced look just suited for the times.
The Button-Down Gets Playful:
A black button-down shirt is a classic wardrobe staple, it cannot go wrong, but to make it a little bit playfuller jump all over the playful details. Button or tie-front styles are less expected, as are puff sleeves/ruffled collars. Wear your refreshed button-down with denim for a relaxed look, or tuck it into a high-waisted skirt for a cute daytime look.
The Tank Top Gets Luxe:
Who says tank tops are just for the mall or running errands? Since you live in luxury, how about melton silk or satin? Throw on a statement necklace or wear underneath a sheer kimono to add some extra pizazz. Let your sorta-French girl flag fly by wearing your (faux-)costume top with cropped skinny jeans and ballet flats.

BFF aka the Fabric Beyond the Silhouette
The silhouette is important of course, but the fabric of the top is everything and that can chang

Top Talk: Reviving Your Wardrobe with Classic Styles and Unexpected Twists

Top Talk: Reviving Your Wardrobe with Classic Styles and Unexpected Twists
The humble top. It's the foundation of countless outfits, a blank canvas upon which we paint our personal style. But sometimes, even the most beloved wardrobe staples can feel a little…tired. Fear not, fashion friends! This season is all about reviving classic tops with a new twist, injecting fresh energy into your daily ensembles.

The Classic Tee — Redone :
The classic tee is a style staple, period. Goodbye white and hello bold statements in 2019 Experiment with bright colors, bold patterns, or a surprise detail like ruffles and embroidery. Step up your tee-game by pairing it with a midi skirt and some statement earrings for a chic daytime look or wear it under a blazer with a statement necklace for a workday outfit.
The crop top is back (but not as you know it):
Who can forget the 90s and crop tops? Except, they're baaack, but now they're more sophisticated. We're talking long-line cropped silhouettes, with high-waisted midi skirts or wide-leg trousers. This will result in a form fitting, balanced look just suited for the times.
The Button-Down Gets Playful:
A black button-down shirt is a classic wardrobe staple, it cannot go wrong, but to make it a little bit playfuller jump all over the playful details. Button or tie-front styles are less expected, as are puff sleeves/ruffled collars. Wear your refreshed button-down with denim for a relaxed look, or tuck it into a high-waisted skirt for a cute daytime look.
The Tank Top Gets Luxe:
Who says tank tops are just for the mall or running errands? Since you live in luxury, how about melton silk or satin? Throw on a statement necklace or wear underneath a sheer kimono to add some extra pizazz. Let your sorta-French girl flag fly by wearing your (faux-)costume top with cropped skinny jeans and ballet flats.

BFF aka the Fabric Beyond the Silhouette
The silhouette is important of course, but the fabric of the top is everything and that can chang

Top Talk: Reviving Your Wardrobe with Classic Styles and Unexpected Twists

The humble top. It's the foundation of countless outfits, a blank canvas upon which we paint our personal style. But sometimes, even the most beloved wardrobe staples can feel a little…tired. Fear not, fashion friends! This season is all about reviving classic tops with a new twist, injecting fresh energy into your daily ensembles.

The Classic Tee — Redone :
The classic tee is a style staple, period. Goodbye white and hello bold statements in 2019 Experiment with bright colors, bold patterns, or a surprise detail like ruffles and embroidery. Step up your tee-game by pairing it with a midi skirt and some statement earrings for a chic daytime look or wear it under a blazer with a statement necklace for a workday outfit.
The crop top is back (but not as you know it):
Who can forget the 90s and crop tops? Except, they're baaack, but now they're more sophisticated. We're talking long-line cropped silhouettes, with high-waisted midi skirts or wide-leg trousers. This will result in a form fitting, balanced look just suited for the times.
The Button-Down Gets Playful:
A black button-down shirt is a classic wardrobe staple, it cannot go wrong, but to make it a little bit playfuller jump all over the playful details. Button or tie-front styles are less expected, as are puff sleeves/ruffled collars. Wear your refreshed button-down with denim for a relaxed look, or tuck it into a high-waisted skirt for a cute daytime look.
The Tank Top Gets Luxe:
Who says tank tops are just for the mall or running errands? Since you live in luxury, how about melton silk or satin? Throw on a statement necklace or wear underneath a sheer kimono to add some extra pizazz. Let your sorta-French girl flag fly by wearing your (faux-)costume top with cropped skinny jeans and ballet flats.

BFF aka the Fabric Beyond the Silhouette
The silhouette is important of course, but the fabric of the top is everything and that can chang