Let’s talk about the best Free People thermal tops and why I love them. You might be wondering what inspired this post. Well… I bought my first Free People thermal, the January tunic, in early 2017. It has been one of my most worn and loved tops. Fast forward to this fall, and I used my Shopbop credit to purchase the Free People South Side Thermal Top. Again, one of my most worn and loved tops. Though it has only been on the blog once, I literally repeat that exact outfit multiple times. It is currently in my suitcase for our trip to Alabama because that group of people hasn’t seen it. 😉 I will say, this one is on the thinner side. Doesn’t bother me, but if you are looking into it and it would bother you, maybe consider a darker color.
I told myself that I did not need the Catalina V-Neck Thermal top. Then I tried it on an promptly caved. It is long (read covers your hiney), the v-neck is flattering, and it is so comfy. I have a bit of an obsession going as I currently want it in another color… I did size down in all of these from a small (my normal) to an XS. I find they run big.
The Best Free People Thermal Tops and Why I Love Them
- They are comfortable and come in multiple colors
- Easy to wear alone or layer – versatile
- They have that casual yet cute factor which means I wear them a lot
- The tunic style ones are perfect to wear with leggings
My Favorite Free People Tops
Ones I Don’t Own But am Eyeing
Shop My Outfit
South Side Thermal (also here in more colors)
The January Tunic – My Version is From Last Year, Current is Slightly Different
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