First is the Cheetah Print Ruffle Neck Top in XXSP:
The lighting in the dressing room was really yellow, so the actual color is more like in the stock photo. I happened to have been wearing a white tank top at the time, so it looked fine layered over that, but otherwise the neckline and armholes would've been too low without. The length is on the long side... but honestly I'm so used to wearing tops at that length (didn't know that's not where they're supposed to hit) that it doesn't bother me that much. After discount, it came out to be ~$25, which I guess is not a huge deal after all. But I actually kind of like the color, and the cotton/silk material is very summer-y. But I do realize the fit is not optimal and I want to limit tops that I have to layer underneath... so I'll have to think about this one.
I also got the Straw Fedora ($17) which is probably good for extra summer sun protection:
And a couple of Essential Tanks in XS ($5) for filler:
The neckline was too low on these tanks, but I'm hoping they'll shrink a little in the wash, or I could dig out my sewing machine and take up the straps. At $5 each, they're such a bargain anyway that worse comes to worse, I can add them to my collection of layering clothes to wear under scrubs.
While there, I also tried on the Smocked Button Down With Ties in XXSP:
But decided against it because I'd be constantly pulling the gathered hem down, otherwise it poufs up around my mid-section.