Topshop Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Lookbook

Fall fashion has so much romance in it. If in summer it’s all about casual clothing, fall brings you endless possibilities of mixing and matching, and showing off your fantasy, creating stylish looks and layers that always look chic and unique. Thanks to the stunning Topshop fall/winter 2014-2015 collection the task of building up standout looks becomes much easier. Filled with stylish and personality-filled clothing pieces, the new line of the British high-street brand gives you the chance to always look spectacular, no matter you go to work, for a walk or to a special party.

Topshop Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Lookbook

Diversity and functionality are the key details in the Topshop fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. From stylish outerwear pieces to garments of different styles and shapes, there is the ideal piece for every body shape and taste. Best of all, the entire line has been perfectly adjusted to meet the biggest trends of the season, letting you look creative and spectacular throughout the winter months.

Of the most spectacular trends available in this collection, we should first of all talk about the bottle green shade and the timeless lather fabric, used for creating the duo of the minimalist straight skirt and the jacket with zips that carry a certain Céline touch. Wholly, minimalism and the focus on clean lines and structural shapes have been preserved in the collection ideally, as we see a plethora of simplistic designs that manage to look so cool and refined. The same way, we discover the tea-length leather skirt, the mini option, the elegant white below-the-knee skirt with a high slit on the front, the simple black or navy blue A-line dresses, and the asymmetrical dress with overlays.

Talking about the most statement-making pieces in the line, the first piece that catches our eye instantly is the light blue fur coat, capable of making the traffic stop as you pass by. Still, if you prefer monochrome and minimalist vibes in fashion, you have some cozy and chic knitted sweaters, biker jackets and pleated skirts. On the day when you want to look maximum dazzling at the office, go for the tailored pants and slightly oversized blazer, carrying a hint of the masculine style. To preserve the ideal proportions of femininity, the trio of the white skirt, the navy blue top and the blazer in the same shade is definitely for you!

Topshop Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Lookbook

The same preppy chic attitude is preserved accessory wise too, as the Topshop fall/winter 2014-2015 collection features also uber-trendy platform Oxford, which will keep you stylish and comfy at the same time. The strappy heels are there to spice up your office looks and not only! Overall, it’s a collection that promises to satisfy the style needs of every fashioniser!

Topshop Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Lookbook

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