In essence, partying happens here. Party is not a passive verb, but if you understand what I'm trying to convey, it just kind of works... similar to how "fratting" became a gerund as ubiquitous among my daily vocabulary as is the word "Calloway". Double lives, anyone? But I digress. So it's that time of year again: final exams, heinous Christmas sweaters and apparently, chasing black raspberry Belvedere with Four Loko. Christmas time is upon us, meaning New Years isn't far behind. I always like to give a nod to everyone's beloved Topshop during the holidays because it's a brand which exudes such sparkle year-round. In short, if the holidays were rolled up into a sole apparel brand, Topshop would be it. This year's NYE selections highlight texture, movement and simplicity-- three of my favorite concepts for sure. Last year, I was about vintage (thanks, Mom) mixed with fast fashion basics; now, I'm intrigued by understated pieces that can be played up by meticulous details and loud-in-a-good-way accessories.
Limited Edition Twist Dress, $340
Chainmail Vest Dress, $370
One Shoulder Drape Dress, $110
Slinky Cape Sleeve Tie Waist Dress, $80
Iconic Heavy Beaded Dress, $270
One Shoulder Suede Dress, $310
Chain Back Bodycon Dress, $100
It actually pains me how distracted I am right now, so commentary will come later.
Here's to you, fashion. Cheers.