Change-Up Your Wardrobe With These Tops

Every woman wants to look their best, especially when the winter season rolls around and it’s time to put the summer dresses away. It can be hard to decide what kind of top to wear with an oversized sweater, or a bulky jacket. There are specific shirts that can stand out, and make you look fashionable this winter season. Here are our top shirt picks for the winter season.

Bright Sweater Sets

Pastel sweater sets are for spring, but with the sun going down earlier and earlier it is time for some brightness. Bright cardigans with matching tank tops in vibrant colors like fuschia, lime, and orange will add that pop of color your outfit needs.

A Chic Turtleneck

Fashion trends from the 80s and 90s have returned, and ribbed turtlenecks are back in fashion. The trick to choosing the right turtleneck is to ensure that it’s not too tight, and not too see through. Some turtlenecks are so tight that they can make you look a bit lumpy. It needs to fit just right, and will look amazing tucked into a pair of high-waisted jeans with a belt.

Belted Blouses

Whether you are heading to work or out for a night on the town, a belted blouse will make you look effortlessly stylish. For the winter season, blouses in white, black, dusty rose, and pewter are all great choices. You can pair them with a variety of different pants, jeans and skirts. Belting them gives you that hourglass shape, that is so desirable at the moment.

Empire Waisted Tops

Winter is all about comfort, and that means comfortable clothes. You don’t always need to be dressed up for a night out on the town, instead you can dress down while still looking chic. An empire waisted top accentuates a woman’s natural curves, while giving the tummy region room to breathe. If you’re looking for a good top to wear during the holidays and all of the yummy dinners, this is the one to wear.

Tunic Tops

As this is a time for comfort, a couple of nice tunic tops definitely need to be in your closet. They can be paired with stretchy leggings, and worn for all occasions. Some fabrics to look for when choosing a tunic are georgette, linen, cotton, and tencel. Polyester tends not to breathe very well, and it can make some people sweat. Check the fabric on the tags before you buy any tops. It is a good way to ensure you are getting a high quality product, if it is made with a natural material.

You will look like you walked right off of the pages of a fashion magazine, if you own a couple of these tops.