Outback Red® Mini Heart Stud Shoulder Top
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Black & White Print
Black & White Print
The Limited's classic Outback Red® Collection invites wanderlust and adventure. A graphic print of tiny hearts works with faceted studs for a mix of charm and edge.
- Silky crepe in mini heart print
- Scoop neck with decorative stud button shoulder accents
- 3/4 sleeves with buttoned roll-tab
- Straight hem
- 100% Polyester
- Machine wash. Tumble dry.
Love this top! Nice & flowy without looking big and bulky, perfect for work with slacks or leggings and jeans December 6, 2013
Cute top I purchased this top in teal in the store. Love the color and the fabric. Wish it was a bit more fitted but I solved that by tucking the shirt into pants when I wore it to work. Love the details in this top. November 13, 2013
Wonderful Shirt I was a little apprehensive about purchasing this shirt because I was concerned that the combination of the print and shoulder studs would be too busy. (I am an accountant, and conservative clothing is a requirement in my profession.) However, after receiving it and wearing it, I absolutely love it! The heart pattern is subtle, which prevents it from looking too young. (I am 27, so looking too young is often a concern of mine.) Also, the shoulder studs add just the right amount of edge. This shirt works with skirts and pants (including jeans). My suggestion is to tuck the shirt in to give it shape. Otherwise it can be sack-like. It is beautiful on its own, but also looks very nice with a brightly-colored cardigan over it. (Fastening a button or two in the middle of the cardigan cinches in the waist, giving an hourglass effect.) Any color will work, because the colors in the shirt are all neutral, making it incredibly versitile. As an added bonus, the care instructions of this shirt contain my four favorite words: machine wash, tumble dry. However, I do have one minor complaint. I wish the sleeves were long instead of 3/4 length. I am usually cold when my arms are uncovered, so I will probably end up wearing a cardigan with the shirt more often than not. (Also, long sleeves tend to bunch less than 3/4 sleeves when being used as a layering piece.) November 6, 2013
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