WFH Items: The Softest Top, Ever

Apr 14, 2020

I bought this top last year, and I am so glad 1.State restocked it so I can have a backup.  It is the softest, coziest top.  And it can be styled in a variety of ways.

This 1.State Cross Front Knit Top has a cool shape and a cozy feel.  It runs in sizes XXS to XL; at size 4-6, I wear a small.  So let’s style it up, shall we?

Cozy Work from Home: Black Leggings + Top + Light Grey Cardigan + Black Sneakers

Home Business Casual: Plaid Blazer + Top + Straight Leg Denim + Birdies

Office Business Casual: Top + Long Necklace + Pencil Skirt + Tan D’Orsay Heel

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  1. Meredith says:

    I’m intrigued by this top, but am wondering how sheer is it? Do you wear a camisole underneath? Thank you!

  2. Ral says:

    Love that you suggest different outfit combinations!

  3. Margaret says:

    Love this, but I’m wondering about fit. How clingy/drapey is it? For example, would it show bra lines in the back without a camisole? Thanks!

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