The Statement Top

I am all about the increasingly dramatic shift that’s happening in the shirt and blouse department. Cascading ruffles are getting longer, deconstructed shirts are taking on more theatrical shapes and sleeves are getting pumped with way more volume. Don’t leave the drama at the door, bring on the flair!

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(images top to bottom: Roksanda via Sylvia Haghjoo, Johanna Ortiz via Vogue ItaliaTome via Moda OperandiGoen J via Net A PorterJohanna Ortiz Fall 2016Ellery via The Petti Coat JW Anderson via Net A Porterome via Moda OperandiEllery Johanna Ortiz via Andre Soyuela.  Monse via Vogue ItaliaTome via Harper & Harley, Céline Resort 2016, Rosie Assoulin Resort 2016, Victoria Beckham via Zanita)

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17 Comments

  1. Jeannie wrote:

    I need all of these in my wardrobe stat

    http://www.whimsicalzoo.blogspot.com

    4.21.16
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  2. Roxanna wrote:

    Damn…..Damn….and Damn..

    4.21.16
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  3. JuniperLee wrote:

    I am living for the striped jumpsuit!!

    4.21.16
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  4. Mun wrote:

    Bell sleeves? Ah I need, I mean want.

    4.21.16
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  5. francesca wrote:

    pure love..

    xo
    http://www.cherry-mag.com

    4.21.16
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  6. all of these are so perfect for summer =o)

    http://dreamofadventures.blogspot.com/

    4.21.16
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  7. Michelle wrote:

    Wow, they look gorgeous, real statement pieces! Love the one in the first picture!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

    4.21.16
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  8. Diana wrote:

    I’m loving the solid blue statement blouse <3

    Diana | http://www.thechicdiary.com/blog

    4.29.16
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  9. BKY wrote:

    I love all these statement tops. I wish Zara Mango could produce them soon 🙂

    Check my statement coat look: http://alleygirl.com/color-fur/

    4.29.16
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  10. Culture wrote:

    This trend seems a lot like the African, European and Asian traditional clothing :). Although it is exciting it’s always great when authors do research prior to writing about “new” fashion :)!

    4.29.16
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