Aww, we remember when we had a BFF necklace just like this one … er, actually, upon closer inspection, this Topshop doodad isn’t at all about memorializing your everlasting best friend love, but rather about ripping any pleasant sentiments to shreds. So, what, you give this to people you know you’re going to break up with? That’s not very nice. [Topshop] Keep reading »
Spring looks for Kate Moss‘ eponymous Topshop line hit stores this Thursday, but they hit the internet today. Though the clothes themselves are a challenge to see in the angelic light shining behind Ms. Moss, we think the video showed off exactly what it was intended to display: Kate’s MILF body. And if you stick around ogling the entire time, you’ll be rewarded with a glimmer of an arse shot at the end. Oh, the lengths retailers will go to in order to sell clothes. [The Cut] Keep reading »
We have a problem. Lately, I have purchased several skirts and dresses from your store. I love them. They are all adorable, fit perfectly, and have quickly become go-to items. However, they are all made of fabrics without much give and none of them have a detail that I think of as standard in such garments: a slit in the back. Normally, a lack of slit is not an issue. But in certain instances—for example, when presented with a flight of stairs—the lack of leg mobility becomes vexing. Yesterday, on the way to see a band, I encountered a hill of a medium incline. Comedy ensued as I had to take baby steps the entire way up it. And forget dancing. So I beg you, Topshop, please start stitching slits into your skirts and dresses. Slits keep us ladyfolk from doing the I-can’t-quite-move-in-my-skirt shuffle.
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We’re pleasantly surprised by the new Topshop cosmetics line, which has finally landed in stores. In the past, we’ve felt pretty eh towards retailers that attempt to sell eyeshadow at the cash register, but Topshop has really lived up to expectations with some edgy packaging and lovely hues (we’re digging the hot pink cream blush and the pastel grayish-purple nail polish). There’s a “Core Collection” as well as a “Trend Collection” which changes color palettes according to the season and what’s hot at the moment. Some added online bonuses: Check out the video tutorials do get runway-ready looks and test out looks before buying products with the virtual makeover program (coming soon).
We have to say, this stuff looks so good (and affordable!) that we might be hitting up the Topshop cosmetics counter before we head to Sephora or anywhere else. [Topshop.com] Keep reading »
These piglets look happier than a hog in … a pool of paint. Two words: Desktop. Wallpaper. [Insideout.Topshop.com] Keep reading »
Listen up, kids. There’s a reason we hound you about using protection. This is what happens when two trendy styles mate recklessly: bastard offspring. Say hello to Topshop‘s gladiator jelly sandal, a lonely fashion that will likely never find its place in the world due to identity crisis issues.
What do you say? Could you adopt a pair of gladiator jellies? Or think it should be one or the other? [Topshop] Keep reading »
The nails, the maxi-dresses, those floral platform shoes, oh my! Nothing gets us in the mood to shop like a behind-the-scenes-at-a-photo-shoot video. Drool. [Topshop
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We’re used to Topshop for excellent Brit fashion and making the ’80s OK. Now we’re loving it more for an edgier side that’s surprisingly soft—like this asymmetrical linen “Waterfall” jacket that looks like it walked off the Yohji runway. So many options: wear under a blazer for a flourished layer look, keep on the back of your desk chair as an office cover-up once they start cranking the A/C, or pair with tailored shorts and heels for a smart biz-casual style. For the long-haired ladies, we’d love to see this paired with a high, tight bun.
Everyone needs a perfect spring sandal. We’re talking about the type of shoe that’s basic and comfy enough to go with your usual outfits, but also has a little something extra for your fancier ones. That’s why we’re loving these Frances-Stud flats by Topshop. Pink leather, gold trim, and a braided design down the front make these cute kicks the type of noticeable item your friends will want the deets on. Our recommendation: “Ohhh … I got these in a little indie boutique somewhere, I forget where.” Otherwise, you’re going to have a case of copycats on your hands. (Or feet.)
As we watch them get ever thinner and tighter jeans certainly seem to be on a pretty clear trend path. Taking that notion to extremes, Topshop presents these “denim look” boyshorts (OK, so they’re not real jeans, but still). What would you call these? Denties? Junderwear? Jeanderpants? [$8, Topshop] Keep reading »