Cute Sale Tops You Can Wear Now Through Fall
Like anyone, I love shopping sales for a good bargain. In fact, I secretly hate paying full price for anything! I am also a big fan of transitional clothing that you can wear as the weather changes from one season into the next. In my world, there’s nothing better than getting a super deal on a season-less top that you can wear again and again.
When looking for transitional clothes, shirts with ¾ length sleeves are a great choice if, like me, you find yourself freezing when the AC is cranked full blast during the summer. You can wear ¾-sleeve tops right now when you’re in air conditioning, and as the weather gets cooler, you can layer them under cardigans and jackets.
I also recommend our UltraSofts® knit tops for transitioning between seasons. Our soft cotton-polyester interlock knit is not too thick and not too thin, making it the perfect weight for year-round wear.
Here are a few of my favorite clearance tops that you can buy now, and wear right now through the beginning of fall (featured back row to front row, left to right):
Jacquard Cutout ¾ Sleeve Top by National®
The distinctive jacquard vine print, delicate laser-cut trim, and asymmetrical detail above the hem make this shirt stand out from the crowd.
¾ Sleeve Hampton Polo by UltraSofts®
The half zip and banded bottom make this polo shirt unique. I love the sporty white stripe along the collar, and the knit inset provides the coverage of a tank top without the extra layer.
Asymmetrical Tee by UltraSofts®
This long-sleeve top is flattering on any figure thanks to the scoop neck, longer length, and fashionable asymmetrical hem.
Ruffle Trim Top by UltraSofts®
I like to look feminine but I am not a fan of huge ruffles (too pirate shirt). This comfy top gets it just right with the subtle ruffle trim along the notch neck.
Lace Trim Tunic by UltraSofts®
I adore tunics because they are so forgiving. The pintucked front and contrasting crochet trim add just the right amount of sweetness to this one.
Have a favorite fashion trick for transitioning between seasons? Tell us about it.