Topshop Unique’s Spring 2014 collection was an amalgamation of trends and styles from the slouchy denim fits of the ’90s to surfer chic knit hoody dresses. What pervaded over the funky blend was the ease and relaxed nature of the styles, signaling the fact that for Spring one can still be stylish without prescribing to the fashion world’s sometimes uncomfortable set of trends.
A ’70s-inspired geometric print covered everything from silky blouses to spaghetti strap mini dresses with fringe-adorned pockets.
Midriffs peeked out ever so slightly because of the collection’s slightly-cropped tops and low-slung trousers.
Open knits and a pom-pom detailed poncho contributed to the beachside, surfer-inspired portion of the designs.
With each year, Topshop amasses a new set of celeb fans: this year Beyoncé and Adrienne Bailon wore the brand too many times to count. Will the high-fashion label of the high-street brand have as much luck? Well, there were certainly a number of very sophisticated looks that could work for the red carpet. A metal-embellished frock and top will provide the shimmer and glitz Tinseltown is named for, while a sheer cutout printed dress with a solid hem will look killer at a movie premiere with a pair of red patent pumps.
Are you feeling Topshop Unique’s latest collection?