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New year, new wardrobe! With that in mind, we've found a feminine, goes-with-everything, figure-flattering blouse on sale from $38 to just $23 — so many reasons to celebrate!
The smart, sexy, eminently wearable Miholi lace-sleeve top has more than 21,000 five-star reviews and is Amazon's No. 1 bestselling blouse. Choose from 30 colors and you're party-ready, but still as comfy as you would be in your softest hang-at-home gear.
If you're not a big fan of showing off your arms, this top is for you: It has peekaboo lace sleeves, so your arms can be covered up but still breathe. It doesn't hug them, either — it's more of a romantic blouson sleeve — which gives a dramatic, slimming effect.
The top itself is loose, but not so loose that you end up swimming in it. It's just oversized enough, so it's easy to tuck into jeans and trousers, and drapes in the most flattering way. It's available in 30 colors and sizes from small to 2XL.
"I got the coral/pink and LOVED it," shared a shopper. "So flattering despite my mom pooch."
Another fan stated: "Comfortable and cute. There are so many details on this top! It’s very good quality, I love the black because it looks classy and perfect for a date night top."
Perhaps the best part (besides the price) is that it's the comfiest "dressy" top you'll have in your closet.
"I've gotten many compliments when I wear this shirt," a shopper noted. "It's got adorable detail on the sleeves, but it's still loose and comfortable. You look more dressed up than you feel in it because it's very soft."
It also packs plenty of va-va-voom — at least, according to this shopper.
"I like how thick this is, but it is still a little see-through," a shopper noted. "Great quality and feels sturdy. Arms feel so sexy!"
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