How To Keep Warm And Dress Professionally This Winter | Topless Tee

How to keep warm and dress professionally may seem impossible. But we’re here to tell you it doesn’t have to be.
For years, I battled wearing my traditional thermal underwear under blouses, dresses and even sweaters at work and events. And by “battle” I mean constantly pulling the front of the long underwear top down to keep it from peeking out of my neckline, and constantly pull-up on the sleeves so they wouldn’t show around my wrists. As for the added layer I had to tuck in at the bottom? All I can say is I was just trying to breathe naturally without popping a button or loosening my zipper… I couldn’t worry about the fabric spare-tire it created. Hey, I may have been uncomfortable, but at least I wasn’t cold.

Me at work in the t.v. studio. Winter, 2017. And yes, I’m wearing my Topless Tee.

Thank goodness these days I have my Topless Tee women’s undershirt. It’s soft, lacy, stays put, and I can throw it in the washing machine. The open-bust design and color means it won’t show through, or out of, anything I’m wearing over it.

Topless Tee women’s undershirt in “light” color.


Same model; same Topless Tee with a red shell and blazer worn over it.

Now I’m not saying it takes the place of thermals on a ski trip! But, it’s the best way I know how to keep warm and dress professionally indoors this winter.
Topless in the winter? Yep… as long as it’s a Topless Tee.