Tops you’ll probably want to add to your fall wardrobe


Every woman wants to look great all year round. However, with the advent of fall, your sense of style tends to take a backseat and you start dressing in oversized coats and jackets. With the growing number of styles and garments, women no longer need to depend on bulky clothes that do not fit them well. Here’s a list of some chic tops to add to your wardrobe this fall.

Tops you’ll probably want to add to your fall wardrobe

Empire Top

This long-sleeved cute patterned top can be worn with trousers or skirts, as well as with jeans. It’s the ideal top to flaunt your figure. Whether it’s a formal event or simply a night out with your girls, this top will never fail you. Also known as the ‘baby doll top’, this is a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe this fall.

Tunics

Tunics are great for the fall as well. Even though they are loose, they give a very feminine look. You can wear a thermal underwear shirt under the tunic for a cozy sensation throughout the day. Tunics are available in various materials, but the georgette ones are highly recommended for the way they fit.

Ruffled Top

Ruffled tops have been a popular trend all year round and there’s no reason not to wear them during the fall. They are elegant and stylish, and they work well for almost any occasion. The ruffle layers will keep you warm and it has a girlish charm that makes it insanely popular.

Belted Blazers

If you spend a lot of time at your workplace and you want people to know that you mean business, there’s nothing better than a belted blazer to set a strong impression. When picking a belted blazer, make sure the shoulders are just the right size so the blazer is well fitted. You can choose belted blazers of different lengths and pair them with skirts, trousers, or denim. You don’t have to stick to boring blacks and blues anymore. You can pick them up in trendy shades of pink, green and yellow. A mustard yellow belted blazer is something every woman should have in her wardrobe this fall.

Tops you’ll probably want to add to your fall wardrobe

Off Shoulder Tops

Off-shoulder tops are sassy and funky, and they suit almost every body type. Long-sleeved off-shoulder tops make the perfect attire for a movie night or a casual dinner date this fall. You can pull the sleeves above your shoulder if the weather gets too chilly and the top will look just as stylish.

Blouses

A well-fitted blouse is a versatile piece that makes great office wear. The best part about blouses is you can have many of them and they won’t burn a hole in your pocket. This is a great addition to add to your wardrobe this fall.

Turtlenecks

When the weather gets too chilly, pull over a turtleneck top for the perfect fall look. Team it up with a nice pair of boots and a belt and you’ll have a look right out of Vogue magazine. The best part about turtlenecks is that you don’t really have to worry about accessorizing. It’s fabulous as it is.

Bright Sweater Tops

This fall, instead of buying oversized jackets, get your hands on some thin sweater tops that are well fitted and come in a variety of colors. Whether you pick out a V-neck cardigan or a round neck pullover, always pick one that’s the right size.

 

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Peasant Tops

If you’re aiming for an elegant, casual look, there’s nothing prettier than a peasant top. These tops go perfectly well with ankle-length skirts and palazzo pants. They also go well with a pair of skinny jeans. You can never have too many peasant tops in your wardrobe so they’re a great investment.

When it comes to picking clothes for the fall, women often make the mistake of choosing those warm, oversized sweaters, coats and jackets, as opposed to well-fitting tops. Just because it’s cold out, it doesn’t mean you have to go old school with heavy sweaters or extra-puffy coats. Nowadays, with thin thermal underwear you can slip under your clothes, there are amazing stylish tops you can add to your wardrobe to make your fall collection a head-turner.


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