The weather I experienced this past weekend to the weather we are having in Greenville today is so drastically different. This weekend in Auburn I got a taste of spring with super comfortable temperatures and now I am walking to class hoping to avoid slipping on ice. I am definitely now dreaming of spring and clear days and the wardrobe that accompanies the season.
Year round I adore Piko tops but not having to layer it with scarves, a vest, and a jacket reminded me of how great these tops really are! I know this summer when I am in Paris I will be wearing these constantly. So if you don't know what Piko tops are basically, they are a brand of basics that are made out of bamboo and are the softest, most comfortable, and versatile shirts I own. I have three different colors already and still want a few other colors because of how frequently I wear them. The only downside is they can be a bit pricey, some boutiques charge around $28.00 for these shirts. I can honestly say they are worth that amount but when I find a bargain I know I have to share it with y'all! What if I told you you could get these tops in just about every color for only $20! Yep, the website Piko Shirts sells them for just that! When I discovered that I immediately ordered two and I can promise you that these are the exact same tops you would be paying nearly $30 for at other stores and better yet shipping is super reasonable!
My favorites are the long sleeve tops and I adore that they are a bit longer than normal tops (especially great if you want to wear them with leggings). Like I said earlier, the weather was super nice in Auburn so the way I was wearing it this pat Saturday is probably how I will be wearing it in the spring but for now I love throwing mine on with a scarf or vest!
(Some of you may remember me talking about Piko tops in my favorites video here).
PS, Piko shirts run true to size!
I am more than ready to force Kate to come to Furman and become my official blog photographer! She was so into it which I found to be really funny but I love the way these turned out! Be sure to read all about my adventure this past weekend in Auburn tomorrow on the blog!
Are any of y'all as in love with Piko tops as I am?