11 Summer-Ready Tops for Every Type of Outdoor Zoom Meeting
Just because we aren’t actually in the office, doesn’t mean we can’t wear all the cute summer tops we’ve been dreaming about since winter. One scroll through the 11 tanks, blouses and tees below, and you’ll forget all about your over-worn sweatshirt collection.
1. Maeve Stephie Cross-Back Top
The supportive, thick straps and flattering square neckline make this number appropriate for going from your desk to cocktail hour in the backyard when the clock strikes five.
2. Topshop Neon Check Blouse
Picture rocking this breezy, picnic-inspired blouse with basic black bike shorts (you may never go back to T-shirts again).
3. AFRM Mari Floral Smocked Blouse
On days when you could use a little mood boost, throw on this happy floral top, complete with multicolor flowers and smocking that’s both flattering and stretchy.
4. Madewell Indigo Ruffle-Collar Pintuck Popover Top
More ladylike than your average chambray button-down, but just as cool. This prairie-inspired popover will become a wardrobe mainstay through fall.
5. Raquel Allegra Cutoff Sweatshirt
Here’s how to make sweatshirts a year-round staple.
6. Velvet by Graham & Spencer Holland Eyelet Blouse
The eyelet detail is basically a built-in air conditioner.
7. ASTR the Label January Smocked Top
Did we mention how comfy smocking is? This breezy top also features fluttery pouf sleeves to keep you cool when temps skyrocket.
8. Free People Le Femme Top
Just like your favorite boho-chic blouse, but woven from sweat-wicking cotton. Brilliant.
9. Cotton Citizen Tokyo Crop Tee
The tie-dye trend isn’t going anywhere. And this purple and blue tee could pass for your own backyard creation (without the cleanup).
10. Aimee Clarke Brushstroke Poplin Blouse
The best part about this style? It can be worn two ways: forwards for a high-neck silhouette, and backwards for a V-neck, button-down look.
11. Loveshackfancy Robbie One-Piece
OK, technically this is a swimsuit. But with its adorable cap sleeves and feminine floral print, no one on Zoom has to know that you’re actually catching rays in between meetings.