Reformation's New Going-Out Top Is Perfect for Wearing With Jeans

Remember your favorite going-out top from, like, a decade ago? Well, it's back and better than ever. We're excited to see this dressy-casual trend is making a comeback along with retro denim fits, slingback heels, and sleek, sculptural accessories.

Of course, fashion darling Reformation is leading the resurgence with several fun new tops in contemporary styles and luxe materials, like the Sian Linen Top. This piece is the perfect amalgamation of a collared long-sleeve and a corset bodice, which is easily dressed up or down depending on the occasion. We love how it is styled with jeans and heeled loafers—easy yet editorial.

With buttery-smooth silk and top-quality linen, we're confident that Reformation has a piece that makes it worth staying out past midnight. But if daytime festivities are already taking over your calendar, there are several Bridgerton-approved floral patterns that are perfect for everything from boozy brunch to bridal showers. 

This 100% linen top features a slim fit and ruching at the bust for a slightly fancier look. Pair it with jeans as seen here or flowy trousers for a fun 'fit.

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Embrace the Wednesdaycore aesthetic with breathable black linen and bustier-seamed detailing. 

We're partial to this punchy pink hue, but this slinky, silky top comes in black, ivory, and gray too.

With an adjustable halter neck and keyhole detail, this long-sleeve top is anything but basic.

Slightly puffed sleeves bring the drama on this linen top.

A corset bodice is so unexpected when paired with linen. 

If the cowl neckline caught your eye, then be sure to check out the open back on this sleeveless silk style.

Prepare for peplum designs to make a comeback.

Lace inserts make this otherwise demure silk skirt a bit daring.

This lovely linen top is already in our shopping carts.

Searching for the elusive day-to-night top? Consider it finally found. 

Pair the matching silk neck scarf with other tops to add a bit of drama.

This brocade-like pattern is called Tea Party, which means it's definitely Bridgerton approved.