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WOMEN'S OUTLET TOPS  

Express yourself in ModCloth's assortment of cute women's tops, graphic tees, and knits. Looking for sales on t-shirts, blouses, tank tops, bodysuits and more? Find your favorite outlet tops and perfect fit! Shop sizes XXS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, 1X, 2X, 3X, and 4X.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VINTAGE-INSPIRED OUTLET TOPS AND SHIRTS? That depends on what era you wish to channel!

  • 40’s era outlet tops and shirts: Nautical-inspired striped button-up shirts with long blouson sleeves are timeless staples of 1940s women’s tops. Pintuck detailing, flutter sleeves, and embroidered collars were becoming all the rage during this era. 
  • 50’s era outlet tops and shirts: Rockabilly style began influencing fashion in the 1950’s, and the halter top has been stealing hearts ever since. This is the fashion era when Peter Pan collars and fitted button-up blouses first made their debut! In the 50s, darling cutouts, plaid shirts, bateau necklines, sweetheart silhouettes, and pussybow neck ties all challenged the status quo in women’s fashion.
  • 60’s era outlet tops and shirts: In the 1960’s, cottagecore smocked tops became mainstream, and sleeveless button-up tops, and short sleeve cardigans were all the rage! Tie-waist tops in bold geometric prints hit the runaway, and tie-neck tops won many a heart. 
  • 70’s era outlet tops and shirts: Sassy surplice tops, striped knit tops, woven button-up blouses, and swishy tunics can be traced back to the 1970s fashion era. Gingham print shirts, baseball tees with elbow-length sleeves, long sleeve tees, and bold floral prints joined the revolution in casual tops and knits. Sleeveless tops and short sleeve sweaters became a mainstay for shirts in the 70’s, and button-up tops were often adorned with flare sleeves, pintuck detailing, and beautiful embroidery. 
  • 80’s era outlet tops and shirts:  Vibrant polo shirts, henley tops, peplum tops, and collared button-ups went to the next level in the 1980’s, and knit tops with dolman sleeves were all the rage. Graphic t-shirts became ultra-cool, and puff sleeves became a wardrobe staple! Bold neon prints and short sleeve button-up tops were everywhere and Peter Pan collars made a major comeback. 
  • 90’s outlet tops and shirts:  It was all about the bare midriff during the 1990s fashion era, so knit crop tops and cropped tank tops made a major comeback. Graphic tees, Over-the-shoulder tops became a mainstay in casual nineties shirts and tops, and mock neck tops got lots of love too. Sheer and mesh shirts hit the runway in the 90’s, and plaid button-up tops were everywhere. 
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