Friday, February 17, 2017

DIMPLE WORTHY DELIGHTS: SHIRTS AND BLOUSES


I have a new category of posts I'll be sharing from time to time... Dimple Worthy Delights!  These will be some of my favorite things that I want to share with you.  They bring a smile to my face, and I hope they will to yours as well!  We'll kick things off today with a fashion spin, my current favorite blouses.

I own all of these exact blouses so I can highly recommend each one annnnd, they're all ON SALE right now!!  I basically wear these year round.  I layer them with sweaters or jackets in the winter, and cuff the sleeves up in the summer.  They are all classic, staple pieces in my wardrobe and I have really received a bang for my buck with them.

My Hi-Lo shirt is in a different color, but I love it so much I want to get this white one also.  Love wearing it with leggings, boots, and a long sweater right now, and it will be perfect with white skinnies and wedges when it warms up.  It's the shirt I wore when we visited The Mercantile!  I also plan to wear this as a cover-up at the pool this summer.


Hi-Lo Striped Shirt


This popover is super versatile, and easy to wear alone or mix and match with almost any type of layer on top.  It would be super cute with a pencil skirt for church, too.  I wore it when I visited Pam last summer.



I got this blouse at the end of last Fall, so I've only worn it a few times through the Winter but I get tons of compliments on it every time I wear it, and I'm looking forward to it being a workhorse this Spring and Summer.  I believe that this scale of gingham fabric was discontinued, but it is available in the same pattern that's a slightly larger scale now, as well as several other colors as well.  

Black and White Gingham Carolina Top
(red purse ||  earrings  ||  booties ($32!)  ||  pants no longer available)


I just wore this shirt yesterday layered with a tunic sweater, and it looks great with the super popular field jacket, too (good ones here or here).  I wish I had one in every color!  (It's navy but hard to tell in the photo.)



I wear this shirt at least once a week, if not more.  Love it with white jeans, shorts, black jeans, a pencil skirt, or knotted at the waist over a full skirt.  




Here are a few blouses that I have my eye on to add into the mix.  If anyone has one of these I'd love to know what you think about it in the comments!

The ruffled bell sleeves on this top make me smile, and it buttons up the back!! SO cute!



I would have to try this ruffled hem t-shirt on to see if the hem length works for me, but it's a darling possiblity.  There are several different colors available as well.  It would be cute with distressed or white denim, shorts and sandals, or even with a fitted pencil skirt. (THESE white jeans are awesome... thick with the perfect amount of stretch... and yes, order down one size.)




I'm pretty sure I would wear this popover tunic at least once a week, too!



This little cutie would be great all summer long.


(Are you noticing a theme that I like a variety of denim shirts in an assortment of styles?)

I've been waiting for it to go on sale, and I just ordered this long sleeve tee in a few different colors earlier this week.  At this amazing price, I hope I love it as much when it arrives (but you've gotta love the free shipping and free returns just in case!).



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9 comments:

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  2. Thank you Jennifer for such a cute collection of pieces!! It is so helpful (and appreciated) that you add links! Again a big Thanks!! xoxo

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  3. Is the white t at all *see through*?

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    1. The last one that's shown in gray? If so, I just ordered it a few days ago and haven't received it yet. But, I think it probably is and needs a cami under it.

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  4. Thank you for sharing these very cute tops and the great styling ideas! I love them! Have a great weekend! 😊

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  5. This is a great new feature, and an awesome list of CUTE tops! (AND I love those booties - never had heard of 6p.m.!) I am thinking of buying that button up chambray from Old Navy, but do u remember if it was sized your normal size? I know sometimes their sizing can be off... i have wanted one for a long time, but button ups dont always do well on my bustier frame. Wish i could take those things and shove them in the closet sometimes, LOL! I love the gingham button up too, so cute and fresh for all seasons! THANK YOU for sharing reccommendations! LOVE both your home and fashion style!!

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    1. Hi Julie, I bought my normal size, although in long sleeve I buy a Tall when available because my arms are long. It seems really true to size to me, but I have never had your "problem" to deal with. ;) A lot of times if I'm unsure on size at Gap/ON, I order 2 and return the other. Other than the hassle of taking one back to the store, I love being able to compare both.

      I'm glad your enjoyed the tops, and thanks so much for reading!

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  7. My wife and i each should look smart at paintings however detest ironing. Non-iron shirts/blouses we attempted within the beyond have been a waste of money. Has each person found any that don’t appearance terrible – or is there a unique solution? If I lose some other Sunday evening to ironing I’m going to crack. t shirt printing houston

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