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10 September 2015

Topshop Unique AW15



Lately, I have been really loving Topshop.  It has become my go-to place for any on-trend pieces, including the popular denim dungarees, corduroy pinafore dresses, and A-line skirts.  They are definitely nailing all the trends right now!  And as the Topshop Unique AW15 collection launched just yesterday, I thought I would share some of my favourite pieces from the collection, which has been inspired by the English countryside.

1. Inverness Wool Blend Pinafore Dress
Pinafore dresses were all over the catwalk for AW15, and I couldn't be happier!  Like many others, wearing pinafore dresses reminds me of when I was really young.  I used to absolutely love wearing them then - and I still do now!  I recently purchased the MOTO Denim Pocket Pinafore Dress, which is quite possibly my favourite item in my wardrobe at the moment.  However, the Inverness Wool Blent Pinafore Dress, which forms part of the Topshop Unique collection is perfect for transitioning into the colder months.


Another trend I have been really loving is the A-line skirt.  I find that they are so flattering on my body shape - much more than my previous favourite, the skater skirt!  In fact, the MOTO Button Front A-Line Skirt has probably been one of the most-seen, worn, and popular skirts this spring/summer.  However, this velvet number by Topshop Unique would be perfect for the upcoming AW season.  Simply team this with a black blouse and some heels and you've got your party outfit sorted!


Throwing on a printed shirt, such as this tailored one by Topshop Unique, is one of the easiest ways of spicing up an otherwise plain and boring outfit.  Simply wear this with a pair of black Joni jeans and you've got the perfect work outfit for this season. I am loving the burnt orange/ruse colour this season along with the country-inspired dandelion print - it looks and feels very autumnal!

What are your favourite trends to wear this AW15?

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