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A demure neckline with crochet detailing keeps this semi-sheer blouse from looking too provocative.

Slightly retro fabric in a boxy, modern cut.

Works just as well under a mohair cardigan now as it will with cut-offs in July.

The ultimate color-blocked piece for under $20.

The fastest, easiest way to look put-together and professional. Ever.

Balance the volume by wearing it loose over skinny jeans or tucked into something high-waisted.

Playful patterns eliminate the need for elaborate accessories. Just grab jeans and go.

Sick of reindeer sweaters? Try red Fair Isle.

Can't you just picture Alexa Chung wearing this with ankle-grazing stovepipes and chunky clog booties?

Layer under a cashmere crewneck for warmth without bulk.

We love the ruffled shoulders.

Just a teeny bit sleeker than a tie neck.

Wear it with pretty much everything.

Contrast the soft ballet slipper pink with something tough, like a leather skirt or jacket.

That flared hem has such an easygoing ‘70s vibe.

Not all blouses need to be girly.

Unobtrusively festive.

How to wear leopard in a pretty, proper way.

Our go-to concert blouse.

Paisley works best in a patriotic color palette.

A stampede of wild steeds make this top something special.

An animal-friendly way to work snakeskin.

Casual, comfy and an essential layering piece.

Even more demure types can work leopard.

So silky and soft, you'll want to wear it with everything.

Kooky flamingos look less-expected in graphic black and white.

Avian prints work with absolutely anything...and you've got to love that sweet little bow.

Wear over your favorite skin-toned cami for a feminine look that reveals just a hint of skin.

Proof positive that ikat isn't going anywhere.

Stars are fun without seeming silly.

Christmas-y and resort-y at the same time.

Plaid out? Never.

This bright print is best paired with layers both over it and underneath.

Our favorite sparrow print, on the cheap.

We'd wear it under a motorcycle jacket.

Sexier than your average button up.

'70s sleek—very Mary Tyler Moore.

Pastels are the new "it" colors.

Just retro enough.

Pin dots, Peter Pan collar, puffed sleeves. What more could you want?

The pale pink is so pretty.

This is one slick plaid, not to mention Armani for a bargain.

This henley can surely hang with the best of winter blazers.

Cute kitties make accordion pleats even more playful.

A sparkly designer top for pennies.

Pair with leather leggings and you're done.

Throw a sharp blazer over this drapey style.

You'll look so '60s in that fresh, sherbet hue.

Banker cuffs are back.

The detailed pleating references couture.