Great tops are a necessity in any wardrobe and often with so much choice, they can feel impossible to find!
With summer sales on everyone’s radar, we’ve scoured the sale racks of some of your favorite brands and done the shopping for you!
Whether you want to give your current summer look a little boost (after all, we still have many weeks of warm weather left!), or if you think you’d like to invest in a few classic wardrobe staples (like a gorgeous quality tee), you should grab these while you can because they are all going fast!
Eloquii. One of our favorite picks for date night with a draped neckline that is flattering on the chest and will beautifully frame your face.
Eloquii. The side tie detail is not only incredibly flattering but makes this tank stand out.
Madewell. It’s all in the details: The slightly puffed sleeves, the subtle side cutouts, the cropped length with forgiving drapery, it’s all so good. Wear with any high-waisted bottom.
M.M. LaFleur. A great layering piece, but thanks to a full cut it’ll hide any bra straps if you wear it on its own.
Boden. The navy and white color scheme is a classic, a small print helps camouflage the midsection, while the wrap design accentuates the waist. Trifecta!
Boden. One of the best basic striped t-shirts we’ve seen—hits at the hip so it can be worn tucked or not, with slightly longer short sleeves for extra coverage.
Madewell. A pretty, breezy top with a surprise back detail that begs for a high ponytail.
Lululemon. A Six to Sunday bestseller. This fabric is magical—super soft and supple—and the body shape is super forgiving.
Madewell. A crisp, poplin button-down in soft, neutral colors—pair with white jeans and you’re good to go.
M.M. LaFleur. Another amazing quality tee, in an elevated Pima cotton fabric and color.
J.Crew. A pretty, summer print that will transport you to a far-flung locale. We also love the relaxed bodice in soft gauze fabric.
Boden. We’re crushing on this vibrant pink and green print, with perfectly femme puffed sleeves.
Weekend Max Mara. We love the relaxed shape and boat neckline, while the flax linen fabric makes this a staple worth the investment.
Weekend Max Mara. A stunning cotton T-shirt that’s better than a basic.
Weekend Max Mara. A print we are crazy for. Wear on its own, or layer under a jacket or cardi.
Eileen Fisher. Long tanks are hard to find and we promise you it will be a hero in your wardrobe—great on its own (hello, butt coverage!), great with a shrunken jacket or blazer on top (which will visually nip your waist).
Eileen Fisher. The longer length provides coverage, the whisper-weight linen keeps it airy and cool. We love this as it’s shown, we’d also love it unbuttoned (with a tank underneath) and worn like a duster.
Finley. Nothing says summer like seersucker, and for a good reason—it’s as airy as it is pretty. This is a super flattering cut, with a slimming v-neckline and ample arm coverage.
Trina Turk. A blouse trifecta: The puffed, three-quarter sleeve provides coverage, the v-neckline slims the shoulders and bust, and the waist tie accents your middle.
Trina Turk. If you’ve got great arms, flaunt them! A stunning neckline for all body shapes.
Joe’s Jeans. A top that’s dressier than a T-shirt, but still feels summer casual with room through the midsection, if that’s of interest.
J.Crew. A classic style in two great colors (plus white!) with summer-friendly arm coverage.
Frank & Eileen. From the brand that has perfected the button-down shirt, these sales don’t happen often. We love the pink and blue option or pick from 11 other colors.
Frank & Eileen. A perfectly tailored denim shirt that you’ll wear into fall and winter (and all year long for that matter).
Frank & Eileen. Denim with a bit of a twist for those looking for something a smidge more current.
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