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5 details your summer tops should incorporate in 2020

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1- Some sort of tie detail. Here, Sabina Socol in MaisonCléo.
Similar to her top: Emilie tie-detailed silk-organza blouse
* EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER. MaisonCléo’s vintage-inspired clothes are lovingly handmade with zero-waste in mind – designer Marie Dewet sources deadstock fabric while her mother Nathalie crafts the coveted pieces. Only available here, this ‘Emilie’ blouse is cut from silk-organza and has a rounded collar and puffy sleeves. Temper the sheerness with a tonal bralette or camisole.
(Photo via @sabinasocol)

It feels like summer already…


2- A ruching effect.
(Photo via @ameliajanewilk)


3- A smocked effect. Here, Danielle Bernstein in the For love & Lemons Jackson Crop Top.
(Photo via @weworewhat)


4- Puffed Sleeves. Here, Alyssa Coscarelli in a Batsheva Square-neck floral-print cotton top
* Batsheva’s enduring femininity echoes through this mint-green crop top. Printed with a vintage-inspired floral pattern, it’s shaped with a square neckline and puff sleeves then tapers to a V-shaped hemline. Style it with jeans and ankle boots for a contemporary city edit.
(Photo via @alyssacoscarelli)

5- Just go strapless! Here, Camille Charrière in the Khaité Lucie Top.
* Sculpted knits start with exceptional materials. The finely ribbed matte viscose of this strapless foundation piece was selected for its stretch and structure. Designed for a slim fit and crafted in Italy, the pull-on style has a flattering sweetheart neckline.
(Photo via @camillehcarriere)

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