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We've reached that time of year when it's a little too chilly for shorts and a t-shirt — the de-facto uniform of summer — but it's certainly way too warm for layers and thick knits. Dressing for transitional weather can be tricky, but Amazon shoppers believe they've found the top that tops them all — and it's just $20.
The Topstype Women's Long Sleeve Tunic will help you breeze right into fall. Made from a tried-and-true blend of cotton and poly, it's oh-so cozy and stretchy in the best way possible. And it has a special detail Amazon shoppers can't get enough of: a unique cutout neckline. The modern scoop neck shows a bit of skin without revealing a tank top or camisole — it simply looks flirty and the right amount of edgy for everyday. "Cutout at the neckline is the perfect amount of sass," reports one of nearly 12,000 five-star fans. "One of my most favorite shirts."
Another shopper added: "Adorable neckline to add a little jazz to a plain sweatshirt!"
Need something to throw on over leggings? This beauty is long enough to cover your bum. It's the fall sweater you'll reach for again and again — it's lightweight yet warm enough to keep you cozy on chilly nights.
The fit is undoubtedly flattering: It skims over your body and is just a tad loose, so there's plenty of room for movement. It comes in 32 colors (lots of color-block stripes!) and sizes XS to 2XL.
"Super comfy! Fits very well! Not too thick or thin! Hides my mama pouch!" shared a mom.
Says another happy customer: "This sweater is insanely comfortable and flattering...The material is thick but not too heavy. I really do love it! And got lots of compliments on how great I looked in it."
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