I have a top shortage problem. Or rather, I did until recently. Due to a skater-skirt and skinny-jean addiction, that has lead me to own each by the dozen, I’ve been running out of tops to wear! T-shirts or tank tops are always an easy option, but they get redundant and a bit boring. Thanks to the simplicity of my flippy, flared skirts and drainpipe pants, printed tops are my new obsession. Eye-catchers like Milly‘s lively boxy-cut tile-print ($225), No. 21‘s greenhouse sensation ($750), Tibi‘s ethnic, eyelet waist-skimmer ($275), Harvey Faircloth‘s geometric poplin ($265), and McQ Alexander McQueen‘s aggressively paint-splattered button-down ($440), my “uniforms” have been livened up, and I’m instantly dressed up enough to go anywhere.