Topshop’s New Boutique Collection Has Landed
Topshop Boutique’s new season collections are alwayshighlyanticipated. Who doesn’t love the high street giant’s trend-led styles and wardrobe classics? And its latest drop has to be its most exciting yet.
Boutique has been knocking around for some time now, and is seen as Uniques sister collection. Its priced slightly higher than most Topshop wares, and ever so slightly less than the Unique mainline collection, but that extra spend is well worth the investment.
The sleek Boutique wardrobe is carefully developed with lashings of premium fabrics and luxe prints and is perfect for those looking for something a little bit cooler for their capsule spring wardrobe.
Expect to find minimalist slip dresses in the new line-up, alongside some polished tailoring and even some on-point kimono style details. Slouchy knits,wide-leg pants and just-the-right length skirts also feature heavily.Palette-wise, its the classic and highly versatile navy, grey and khaki weve come to expect and rely on Topshop Boutique for, but for SS16, theres a smattering of oversized daisy prints and a really covetable mustard hue which will prove invaluable for those who are colour-shy or looking for a subtle way to revive new season looks.
Hero pieces will always be a key feature for Boutique, and this season sees the leather biker come in two oversized shapes that are perfect for wearing overall those on-trend slip dresses. For something a little different, look to the to-die-for suede Harrington jacket, but be quick, these new season buys wont be in stores for long.
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