Topshop Unique Pre-Fall 2016 Collection

Topshop Unique has released its new pre-fall 2016 collection… and it is really unique in so many ways. The line is not for the standard dressers; you must have a sort of weird style, the one, which is not really in fashion, but once it’s on you, it looks like the trendiest outfit at the moment (so trendy it probably has its own hashtag on Twitter, and the hashtag is also trending). It’s not for everyone to handle, so let’s find out what makes this collection so edgy.

Topshop Unique Pre-Fall 2016 Collection

To our eye, the Topshop Unique pre-fall 2016 collection consists of two main components. The first one is the baggy and comfy look, with some elements from the ‘20s shapeless dresses. This part of the collection is ideal for those, who enjoy every minute of life and never want to get distracted, especially by the outfit they’re wearing. Dive deep into the freedom of movement!

Also, get ready for the oversized vibe, because the entire Unique collection is oversized for 2016. Some of the pieces of the new Topshop Unique collection include the extravagant leopard-patterned cloque coat (which will make people remember you for at least a year… maybe more) and the chartreuse crackled leather coat. Both coats bring back the shearling collars.

Topshop also brings back the denim in a dress, with the black denim maxi skirt, which can be very versatile in use. If you love Topshop’s denim products, try on the wide-legged boyfriend jeans as well.

The second part of the collection is more feminine, fancy and flowy. You might even wear it to a party or a cocktail gathering. Some of the silhouettes and details here brought back the nostalgia of the ‘70s. It’s still loose and shapeless, but instead of the tomboy attitude of the Roaring Twenties, ‘70s had a romantic curtain that creates mystery.

This part features the most delicate pieces of the collection – prints on maxi and mini dresses, poet blouses, as well as long dresses with the gladiola print. Remember, that the differences are in details and both styles come together to form a very cohesive and fun collection. It still has alternative options like the green velvet suit (tomboys would love this!) and the gray jacket that can transform you from a fun-loving teen into a woman, who gets the most wows at the party.

The style is still youthful, suitable for the average Topshop customer. Some of the most common Topshop elements are kept, so the customer will not be disappointed. However, we have a feeling there might be an additional mile their customer must go to rock some of the outfits on the collection and appear sexy (one of the main things the youth wants to see in their fashion today).

Still, make sure to accessorize well, get your friends together and play the last summer tune, getting ready for pre-fall wearing Topshop.

Photos courtesy of Vogue

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