An antitypical white button-down is a must-have in every girl’s closet this season, reports Vogue. We show you 5 atypical white top styles to get you started.
A white top’s versatility is undeniable and I have gathered 5 white tops that carry interesting little details that set them apart and you can wear them all year long with all types of outfits.
If you’re a proud owner of white tees and white shirts in general and are in need of other choices of white tops to spruce up your fuss-free and minimalist wardrobe, the selection below might be just tickle your fancy.
Asymmetric Double Layer Top
Double layered and asymmetrical, this top plays up the fun in having an irregular edge.
Bow Neck High Low Blouse
This white top has two trends blended in one; pussybow neckline and a trailing long back hemline.
Cape Layer Top
The cape game is still strong and if you’re all about it, this almost basic top has the a small cape to take it out of the predictable box.
Frill Off Shoulder Top
If you’ve read anything fashiony these days, frills are quite high up in the list of need-to-wear for instant dose of trendiness. This charming off-shoulder number is your entrance to the cool and frilly club.
High Low Long Sleeve Top
Looks like a sweater or a tunic but is apparently more than that. Designed with long sleeves and long back hemline, here’s a white top guaranteed to go well with leggings or any other skinny pants and skirts.
Which of the white top styles would you like to try? Are they atypical enough for you? Shoot your lines below – I love reading them.
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