Tops | Clothing
Peter Pan collar tops were all the rage on the Fall 2011 runways. 'It; girls like Alexa Chung and Carey Mulligan have modernized the modest neckline and made it a top trend for the upcoming season. It's oh-so office appropriate for all you working girls, yet still hip enough for the downtown crowd.Tap into your inner ingenue with this perfect piece from Zara. The printed top comes in a deliciously rich salmon color and is printed with little white pooches all over it! Made of 100% silk, and finished with a stark black Peter Pan collar, it's a must-have for your fall wardrobe!We suggest tucking it into a pair of slouchy palazzo trousers or wearing it loose with some black skinny pants and pointy flats.Where to Buy - ZaraPrice - $79.00Who - Melimeli was the first to add the Peter Pan collar top from Zara to the Hive.
by Brooke Baker
Maxi dresses are the single easiest answer to the anxiety-inducing question 'What should I wear?' Effortlessly dressed up or down, they're super comfortable, conservative but pretty, and the only garment more versatile than a good maxi is a solid blue jean. This maxi will become quickly an staple in your closet - neutral colors, flattering shape and a subtle pattern. Tie-dye done well is lovely, bohemian, and delightfully nostalgic, bringing back the best of the Flower Children without all of the patchouli-masked body odor and acid flashbacks. Worn with Lennon-inspired shades, Frye college boots, and a jean jacket, you€™ll look like the cream of the Deadhead crop.The beautiful thing about maxis is their chameleon-like shape shifting. Although going retro is an eternally fun option, this dress can be fancied up with heels, down with gladiator sandals, over a bathing suit, under a boyfriend-cut blazer or a cropped Angela Chase sweater. Once you put it on, you will wear it into the ground. Much like your beloved blue jeans.Where to Buy - ShopBop.comPrice - $128Who Found It - BrookeElisabeth was the first to add the Soft Joie Emilia Tie Dye Maxi Dress to the Hive.