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  • Writer's picturePamela Tucker


With the cooler weather finally reaching New York City this week, long sleeve tops, particularly blouses have returned to my daily wardrobe. With a preference for wearing mostly black, I recently placed some of my favorite Vince and Theory black silk blouses in the front of my closet for easy access.

From time to time I consider incorporating color in my clothing rotation. Yesterday while browsing the websites of some brands I wear or like but have not purchased, I came across these three tops that caught my attention. They are from Tibi, rag & bone and Joseph. I have not yet seen any of these in person. I hope to make it to a store to check them out.

The grey Tibi blouse, listed on Tibi's website is called "Feather Weight Eco Crepe Davenport Sculpted Shirt" With the drop shoulder and the different ways to tie the scarf/panels, it looks to be a versatile blouse that could be worn on repeat. A nice attribute is the notice about sustainability. The website states: "Crafted from sustainable weather weight acetate and tencel crepe with a special airy finish" This blouse also comes in black. Check it out:

Not a fan of floral prints for myself, though looks great on others, I became interested when I came across a rag & bone blouse on the Neiman Marcus website. It is named "Aubrey Floral Button-Front Top." Though it is described as a floral, it looks to be a terrific muted one. With pops of cheerful bright colors and pleats in the front and back, it is a blouse that is on the "top" of my list to consider. Take a look: As a side note, rag & bone is a favorite brand. A previous post, written in April 2023 covers my brand experience

and rag & bone's Icons. For quick reference to the post:

I have not yet purchased clothes from the brand JOSEPH. On its website, it states:"JOSEPH is a British contemporary designer brand with a strong core of luxury essentials." This description definitely comes through when looking through the website. A view of this blouse on the website might lead me to finally become a JOSEPH client! This blouse, named "Silk Crepe de Chine Bailie Blouse" though a simple color, parchment looks elegant, and yet simple enough for daily wear. The fabrication is a lightweight silk crepe and has an invisible back zipper. Have a look:

I'm so glad the weather has changed to Fall like temperatures. Along with this, looking forward to wearing some delightful new blouses!



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