Friday, 11 April 2014

Topshop Spring Sale Favourites

Just in case (at the very unlikely occurrence) you didn't already know, the Topshop mid-season sale is now on! Admittedly, it isn't quite as big as we would usually see, but there's still lots of lovely bargains totally worth it. Of course I eyed up a few favourites when scrolling through the webpage, so here they are to share with you.

1) Red Tartan Crop Top - Was £22, Now £12
Yep, Spring may have at long last sprung, but I'm still loving a spot of tartan! This plain tartan crop top would look great with a pair of jeans or dungarees for a casual attire in this gorgeous spring weather. The opposing colours of the red and blue give the top a braver appearance, resulting in a bolder impact.

2) Gingham Treggins - Was £28, Now £15
The shop racks appear to be flooding in gingham print right now, so these reduced treggins work a treat! I would team them with a long, plain cami and cutout ankle boots in order to keep the 'less is more' effect, as I think that a patterned top may clash with the gingham print.

3) Floral Shift Dress - Was £30, Now £15
I absolutely adore this little floral shift dress - it just seems perfect for spring! The cap sleeves create a more casual appearance to the dress, and the above the knee length makes it even more loveable! The floral design has a retro kind of appeal which harmonizes alongside the sixties style of the garment. I would team this with some frilly socks and jelly shoes to complete the look for spring time.

4) Animal Print Crop Cami- Was £10, Now £3
New cami's are always such a brilliant addition to a wardrobe, and at £3, this one's hard to say no to! Either way, they're great for pairing with jeans and shorts for casual day-wear or teaming with a sophisticated tube skirt for more of an occasion outing. I think that what works well with this one in particular is that the dark colours tone down the animal print design, resulting in a subtler effect.

Chunky Necklace - Was £18.50, Now £8 
Chunky necklaces are totally one for your SS14 wardrobe, but I often struggle to find one suitable for wearing with a patterned top, as they tend to be so busy and full of pattern and colour. However, being fairly high cut and not so full of so many different colours, I think that this would be the solution to my dilemma.

What do you think of the Topshop sale? Have you made any bargain purchases?

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