A quick tour with Topshop, Topman and Dorothy Perkins
FOR the fashion world, it’s fall/winter season. But here in the tropics, nothing’s stopping fashion enthusiasts from stocking up on their stash, be the weather hot or cold. Good thing that Topshop, Topman and Dorothy Perkins always have something new.
So what’s in store this season? Topshop unveils two themes: Wild One and Winter Garden. Topman has Britpop Army and Work Ethic, while Dorothy Perkin’s has 60s Meets 70s and Style Heroes. Let’s catch a glimpse of the newest collections from Topshop, Topman and Dorothy Perkins:
Topshop’s Wild One
This rebellious, unapologetic cache is for the bad girl, of course. With punk-grunge references, it’s as edgy as any collection can get. From check shirts to metallic or crop knits to rock tees, it’s all about getting that urban edge look with an attitude.
Topshop’s Winter Garden
Romantic poet blouses, high-waist A-line, floral and lace dresses, botanical prints: how 70s-inspired can a collection get? This trend is for the innocent yet eccentric, fresh-faced yet classic girl. And more key words for the season’s look: minimal and effortless.
Topman’s Britpop Army and Work Ethic
With this collection of military-style street wear for Britpop Army, it’s all about charcoal beanies, dark jackets and plaid shirts paired with skinny jeans. For Work Ethic, there are the timeless pants, suit and shoes for the timeless yet contemporary look.
When style comes of age, 60s Meets 70s is what you get. Think modernity and romance combined with these pieces: pinny dresses, dogtooth tunics, pussybow tops, indigo bootcut jeans, V-neck sweaters and mini skirts. With Style Heroes, the 70s blouse, A-line skirt, skinny pants, the roll neck and body con will see you through this season.