Cable and Gauge’s Twist Tops – Fabulous “Mom-Wear”

As a part of my profession, I’m frequently surrounded by and working with women in their late teens which leaves me in an awkward fashion place. I’m a bit too old to dress like them; I’m someone’s mother after all, but I have never accepted giving up my fashion interests (obsessions) just because my mornings are spent with two little guys. I try to balance dressing like a “grown up” without becoming frumpy.

cable and gauge top reading

This wasn’t my first time seeing the twist top from Cable and Gauge, but when they asked if I wanted to try one I was ecstatic. (Thanks C&G for sending these over!) I broke out of my comfort zone and shot right for the prints. I have plenty of geometric patterns in my closet right now, so I chose one of the florals and paired it with my favorite pair of Denizen jeans.

cable and gauge top standing

One word about the fit.  It’s a stretchy and extremely comfortable material. I wish we could have feel-o-vision so you could feel just how soft this shirt is.  The material allows for a lot of wiggle room. If you’re like me and usually fit somewhere between sizes when they’re small, medium, large, etc. rather than numbers I suggest going with the lower of the two. I have a large chest for my size and did run into a little bit of a gap around the sleeve where my bra could show. You can get some with sleeves as well. This particular 3/4 sleeve twist top is happening for Autumn. True story.

cable and gauge dress sitting

They have a twist top dress too! For the dress I went with a solid color instead. It’s a good chance to show you why they’re called twist tops too. I have several cardigans and blazers to pair with this dress when Autumn hits.  It’s a great transitional piece! The dress is the same super-soft material as the top. I love the length of the dress on me, although taller women should see it it just around or above the knee rather than below it.

cable and gauge dress standing

I love how sophisticated and mature I feel in these without feeling like I’ve given up my style. What do you think?

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About the author
Mrs. Hatland is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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