This top looked really weird on the hanger, as I find most drapey tops do. It really requires one to use their imagination or a fitting room. I like the open shoulders and back of this top, and thought it would be a fun addition to my wardrobe, seeing as I don't have anything like this, and tucked into a skirt or some pants with a cardigan or blazer, this blouse could absolutely be work-appropriate. I like how the print wraps around the top of the blouse too-- it's a cool design choice.
I was so intrigued by this weird swingy piece of cloth when I saw it on the hanger. It was on super sale, and I could see why-- there's such a potential for old lady bathrobe territory with this thing. I really liked the print and the kimono jacket silhouette when I tried it on though, especially with a belt. I will say that it does tend towards a short bathrobe, as in the below pictures, but I promise that with proper styling a piece with this kind of structure can actually look quite edgy and fun.
I've already worn this lace batwing sleeve top about four or five times since I got it. I like how effortless it is-- it's a super easy piece to wear, but it looks like I put thought into my outfit as opposed to just grabbing for things on the floor in the dark (it happens more often than I like). It works well tucked or untucked, which is really nice-- I think its the sort-of hybrid silhouette-- skimming the curves but with volume due to the sleeves. The pale rose/blush colour is very versatile and I would definitely call it a neutral, especially for spring.