Summer Fashion Trends in Women’s Tops, T-shirts and Blouses
This summer’s tops, blouses and t-shirts are coming out with several fashion statements. Though the boyfriend look is still in, femininity is emphasized. Touches of floral accents are showing themselves, and ruffles are a big hit this summer. Stripes are another ever-popular expression in fashion for summer wear, as is the lacey look.
Flowing, loose-fitting tops are here for this year. The layered look with that boyfriend blazer, or with a vest, is solid. One-shoulder or sleeveless is the basic look for summer tops, with a scoop neck for t-shirts and racerback for tanks. A leather t-shirt seems to be the piece de la resistance, with leather making its summer appearance this year. Corset tops are also in demand for both day and night wear, with the lingerie look still as popular as ever.
Sheer and/or metallic fabrics will be seen abundantly this year. With gray and silver popping up everywhere. Nudes and neutrals are here for the summer, as are earth tones such as greens and beiges. For bright colors that pop out, acid yellow, sapphire blue, and a few bright corals are showing up.
This Nude Plain Ruffle Blouse shows an example of the ruffled look in oyster, one of the nude-quality colors that is popular in blouses this summer. This unique look is stylish, flattering to the form, yet not overdone. The neckline can be its own embellishment, or can look good with a necklace.
Calvin Klein’s Asymmetrical Cowl-neck Top gives a look at the flowing fabric in a sleeveless look with the gray, shimmery color that is so hot this year. This is one of the tops that could so easily be worn under the boyfriend jacket in the look mentioned earlier.
Bluefly offers an array of affordable and in-style tops and Ts, with this Fluxus White Sheer Micromodal Asymmetrical offering the length that goes with those skinny jeans that are still sizzling for this summer, in the sheer and flowing style. This is a top that can be dressed up, or dressed down. In plain black or white, it can go with nearly anything. Yes, white is still in, too.
Several other looks are less obvious, yet are still in fashion this summer. Tribal and tropics have been making some waves, though these are not yet passing up the metallic, sheers, and others, just yet. The python design appears to be the up-and-coming pattern, and plaid looks like it could soon be jumping in.