A Babe’s Guide to: Tops

 
 
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Blouse:

Typically includes a collar, buttons, and sleeves.

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Tunic:

Loose fitting top that hits mid thigh.

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Peasant:

Loose fitting topwith puffed sleeves and square neckline.

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Peplum:

Short, gathered, slightly flared strip of fabric attached at the waist of a garment.

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Polo:

Shirt with a collar, a placket neckline with typically two or three buttons, typically short sleeved.

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Henley:

Collarless pullover shirt, characterized by a placket below the round neckline. Usually having 2–5 buttons. Basically a collarless Polo shirt.

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Tee:

A shirt that has short sleeves and no collar and that is usually made of cotton.

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Crop top:

A top that is cut short so that it reveals the stomach.

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Tube top:

A tight-fitting strapless top made of stretchy material.

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Tank top:

Sleeveless top. Typically with sleeves less than 3 inches of fabric.

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