Hey everyone! If you follow me on Instagram you know I did some shopping this weekend. I have to say I had to show a lot of restraint! I feel like the retailers roll out their cutest designs in the fall. Of course that could be me because this is my favorite season and it’s easy to put together an outfit in the typical fall weather. Especially with these tops from Talbots!
This top is made of nice material (rayon/nylon) that skims, not clings (my favorite mantra!) and has some stretch. It has seams down the front that give it some shape and structure and the sleeves are really cute and don’t get in the way.
This top is similar to the one above except the sleeves are different and so unique! It has stretch and some weight to it so it hangs nicely. It’s also available in the perfect fall color of “wildberry“. Love these names for colors!
I’ve always associated Talbot’s with a store my mother-in-law would shop, so I have only recently re-discovered them. Now, maybe because I’m older, I feel most of their clothes have the balance of comfort and style and are still on-trend. You saw in the last post some comfortable jeans that fit my shape really well from there and I’ll be showing several more items in the next couple of posts.
And the last item from Talbot’s is this pretty long sweater. If I was taller (I’m 5’2″) I would have gotten this. I love the buttons on the sleeves and it hangs so nicely since it’s a ribbed fabric so it has some weight. They have it many pretty colors like green and turquoise but also classic colors like gray and tan and they have it in plus size too.
So, this doesn’t even sum up all that I tried from all the stores! If you remember reading my tips for shopping for an apple-shape (here) you know I take in many, many items to find just a few. I make sure I’m wearing easy on and off clothing and don’t wear dangly earrings because I’ve lost a few that way. Please learn from my mishaps so I know there is a reason!
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