Monday, August 15, 2011
CeCe Toppings Review
Fall and winter clothes, thanks to the stylish layering look, can be expensive. There is a product that can help make your fall clothes much more versatile. CeCe Toppings are more modern versions of the classic "dickys" and allow you to add stylish collars to your outfit without creating unnecessary bulk and without breaking the bank. The brand was founded by Jamie , an innately stylish New Yorker whose habit of chopping her preppy button downs to limit bulk when worn under fitted cardigans or tailored blazers led to immediate requests for the same look from friends and family.
Review: I was given a Brown Leopard Classic CeCe Toppings to review. I definitely like the layered look, but I often get way too hot at work to wear a long sleeve shirt underneath a sweater. For this reason, I think the product is great. I also like that it can be added to different tops to create different looks. I am not a fan of leopard print clothes, which is just a personal preference, but liked some of the other styles they offer. The top was as easy to put on as you would imagine and I had no problem keeping it in place. I am not someone who spends a lot of money on clothing, so the price is a bit of a deterrent for me. However, if you consider how many uses you could get from one top and how the collar will likely never completely go out of style (and you will never outgrow it), then you can justify spending the money on it since you will likely own it forever.
Buy it here: You can shop for CeCe Toppings from their website.
I was provided with the above mentioned product for the purpose of facilitating this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.