TOPSHOP:The Girls At Topshop HQ Told Us Which Piece In Their Wardrobe They Couldn’t Live Without

Looking for some inspiration to pick your wardrobe essentials this season? It’s that time of the year when you want to stay warm, cosy and stylish in the same time, so we asked the girls at Topshop HQ to tell us which piece in their wardrobe they can’t live without. From the classic white tee for any occasion to the chunky boots to save you on colder days and the statement coat to beat the winter blues, we’ve found some really cool pieces to add to your list…

  1. Yasmine Kennedy – Digital Editorial Assistant
    “I hate to be the boring one, but a white T-shirt is definitely the piece I couldn’t live without (I’m literally wearing one as I write this). It’s hard to find one that fits perfectly but once you do, they go great with pretty much everything! I must have around ten in my wardrobe so I know I’ll never be without one.”
  2. Ella Josey – Online Production Assistant
    “I bought these boots just before Christmas and they have completely changed the game for me. They’re amazing in every way: the leather is super soft, making them extra comfortable to wear all day, and the height just perfect – not so high that my feet hurt or I can’t walk in them, but high enough to make my legs look longer and my outfit more dressed up. I cannot recommend these enough. I will be re-purchasing them in the exact same colour just to make sure, especially as they’re now on sale!”
  3. Nicole Croft – Senior Online Production Coordinator
    “I recently bought this Blazer and now I don’t know how I ever survived without it in my wardrobe! I’ve only had it for a week and have already been wearing it pretty much everyday (not to bed though)! It’s so easy to style in so many different ways and I want it in other colours as well!”
  4. Grace Duce – Copywriter
    “This mini dress is a wardrobe winner in my eyes! It reminds me of that Prairie trend I’m obsessed with, but made in a fresh satin fabric. I love how easy to style this is, so I can take it from desk to drinks. Plus, a little sleeve drama is always welcome.”
  5. Shannon Klohk – German Digital Editorial Assistant
    “I love Denim, so a pair of blue jeans will always be my go-to. Straight jeans are my fave at the moment and they go with absolutely everything.”
  6. Lauren Blackie – Online Visual Merchandiser
    “These boots have been my winter lifesaver! They give any look a great grungy edge and are so comfy. Chuck them on with a floral dress and you’ve got your perfect Monday morning outfit.”
  7. Hannah Finnigan-Walsh – Digital Editor
    “I’m all about these faux leather pants. Leather is having a moment this winter and spring, and I like that they’re not real leather – good for the cows and good for the budget. Ecru is also a key colour in my wardrobe so they tick all the boxes!”
  8. Lauren Noble – Junior Editor
    “I couldn’t live without a thick, trusted knit. Perfect for those ‘I don’t know what to wear’ days, those ‘I just want to be cosy’ days and, naturally, the ‘it’s rally cold outside’ days, I turn to my jumpers more than I probably should…”
  9. Rebecca Wade – Junior Editor
    “The wardrobe piece I couldn’t live without is definitely a really standout coat: it’s the only item that can make every outfit look complete and put-together, even the simplest of pairings like jeans and a T-shirt. Plus, it’s something that’s always worth investing in since you get so much wear out of it. I love this one as the reptile-embossed vinyl material is so luxe and unusual yet its neutral shade means it will still match almost everything.”
  10. Mihanta Ramamonjisoa – French Digital Editorial Assistant
    “A pair of tailored trouser are a classic staple in my wardrobe and I wish I could have them in more colours to go with everything. They’re my favourite piece to wear for an effortless look and I like to pair them with a simple black knit and some white trainers.”

Source:
https://www.topshop.com/blog/2020/02/the-girls-at-topshop-hq-told-us-which-piece-in-their-wardrobe-they-couldnt-live-without

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