5 Flare Sleeve Tops For Spring
March 27, 2018

Ann Taylor

Adding a bit of detail to your top is a simple way to dress things up slightly and be able to wear a tee for many occasions. I thought I would list out my current 5 favorites for you all at various price points and styles. Each one is a little bit different with it’s own twist!

1.Eyelet Flare Sleeve Top – No surprise here, my eyelet obsession continues! As you can see within the photos, there was no way I was leaving Ann Taylor without this top. While I am loving the solid colors (also in yellow), they have a stripe version as well! I dressed it up a bit with blush sandals and tied this scarf around my bag for a pop of detail, but also can’t wait to wear it with cut-off shorts and these new sneaks while out and about.

2.Texture & Thread Gathered Sleeve Top – What I am like the most about this bell sleeve top is the texture in the material of the shirt. It is slightly thicker, creating much more structure than just a tee. It is available in coral and black and super easy to dress up or down.

3.Stripe Flutter Sleeve Top – This is in my cart as we speak! The double flare on the sleeve paired with the slight oversized fit and stripes is a win win all around in my book! How cute would this top be with these shorts?!

4.Endless Rose Louvre Top – Year after year this top comes back in stock and it is one of my favorite tops I own! Available in 3 colors (I have the white) and currently on sale for only $32!

5.Stripe Poplin Flare Sleeve Top – If you are a seersucker fan, this top if for you! Completely takes us into spring with the pretty mint color and the material makes this top extremely versatile. I love the ruffle detail on the sleeve and the length it falls on your arm.

Flare Sleeve Top

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Leannette Suede Block Heel Sandals

Affordable Spring Trends

Straw Bag

Spring Trends

Current Elliot Denim

Eyelet Flare Sleeve Top


Eyelet Sleeve Top // Denim // Blush Sandals // Straw Tote // Scarf // Sunglasses // “K” Necklace // Earrings


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