Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Top of the shops

There've been an awful lot of things catching my eye lately from Topshop. I love Topshop, but my aversion to all things polyester and acrylic often means that things I love just cannot be bought, on a point of principle. Shopping at Topshop is a bit like being on a diet - I see a garment I love, but have to check the label to check the fabric content, only to find that it's made from anything but cotton, silk, viscose or wool. It's like checking the calorie content of every item in the supermarket, trying to find the low fat versions.

But their Boutique range features a lot more natural fibres, and is already showcasing a number of items made in Britain, a few of which you'll find in my edit below.

Here are the items I'm lusting after at the moment.

Top row, left to right:
Paisley print silk vest, £42; Lace blouse, £55; Silk military style shirt, £45; Premium silk floral devore tee, £45; Knitted Breton jumper, £36

Middle row, left to right:
Silk pull on shorts by Boutique, £40 (other colours available); Colour block leather clutch, £32; MOTO premium tencel t-shirt, £38; Suki dress by Motel, £38; Aztec dip dye skirt, £32; Silk cuff hem joggers, £65

Bottom row, left to right:
Madame tapestry slippers, £22; Knitted lurex sweater, £38; Leopard sandals, £45; Nude suede shoes with rose gold toecaps, £12

1 comment:

  1. Oh that skirt's nice, it's a shame it's not in the sale :-(