It's a unique, new idea. Having two draping panels, connected by the collar seam of the shirt. It's innocent in its boxy silhouette, especially from the front, but just sexy enough in the back, showing off some skin. Dare I say these shirts are the new definition of "business in the front, party in the back?"
So, what's the consensus? Are tulip-back tops the new "it" trend? The trouble is, how exactly do you wear them? It's a convenient and sweet part of a dress, as shown above. As a top, it's a no-brainer to put it together with mid-rise cigarette pants, colored if possible. When do you wear this cute new design? Definitely not an office or classroom appropriate style. A bit too chilly as we get into the fall months... how can we best model this fun fashion?