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Women’s Dressy Tops Are the Right Choice

Women’s dressy tops could be described as a top or blouse with a classy look, possibly one that would be suitable for an important office meeting, or a semi-formal evening out on the town.

For winter time, you might want to check out the tunic sweater blouse. This women’s dressy top is double layered, with flounced crochet cuffs. It’s made of cotton, but has a cashmere look. It’s available in the colors of Espresso or Black. It’s available for the price of $49. It would go nicely with a pair of wide legged dress slacks.

For a women’s dressy Fall top, also offers a shorter sleeved cashmere-like scoop neck tunic. It has tabbed sleeves with a ribbed bottom band to give it a blouson look. It’s fairly long in length, reaching the top of the thigh. It comes in the colors of blush or black.

For Spring, there are a wide variety of women’s dressy top’s and blouses available at many stores. One that is exceptionally pretty is a charmeuse blouse that features capped sleeves, a deep v-neck style, and cinching at the top button and sleeves. It’s in a deep purple style and would go well with a pair of classy looking dress slacks, or possibly a black satin type skirt. The price for this women’s dressy blouse is $19.99, and the offer it in all sizes, including Plus Sizes.

For summer, a very pretty blouse works great. It can be a classy looking top with a romantic look. Made of sheer georgette rayon with a button front and a tie back, it’s meant to be worn with a camisole underneath it.

Keep in mind that women’s dressy tops can be worn with slacks or a skirt, and can be worn at almost every occasion you might need to attend. If you are attending a wedding, it’s perfectly acceptable to wear a nice blouse and skirt, unless it’s an ultra-formal affair.

If you are talented in the art of sewing, you can almost always make several blouses or tops from one pattern, which will cut down the cost of buying them from the store. If you work in an office setting, where you need several different types to wear each week, making your own can produce a wide variety, due to the different colors and fabrics available.

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