We might be working from home but we still want to look and feel fabulous!
Because after all there is still Instagram…
Here are all the items we want to get in the up to 30% off everything offer currently running on Topshop.
Floral Dress, £35
Need a little reminder that better times are round the corner – this gorgeous floral dress should certainly do the trick!
Don’t forget to shrug off the sweatpants occasionally over the coming weeks just to make yourself feel better!
You may be working from home but those conference calls will happen.
Keep this chic blazer on the back of your chair and sling over a tee when those important video meetings happen, you’ll feel more ready to own it if you look like a boss too!
Jamie Skinny Jeans, £32
If you’re a Jamie jean lover then take advantage of the discount and stock up on your favourite denim silhouette.
floral dress, £35
Spring is in the air and this blooming lovely dress is right at the top of our shopping list.
Boho floral dresses are great at anytime of year.
Layer them with a chunky cardigan, tights and boots in the winter or sandals in the summer.
This gorgeous cut out detail blouse is bang on trend and looks far more designer than its £35.10 price tag.
The voluminous sleeves are bang on trend and this statement blouse is set to become a wardrobe favourite.
Pair with a leather skirt or jeans for an easy chic look, or let the full sleeves do the talking by layering it under a pinafore dress!
Sequin leopard print skirt, £67.50
Going out-out might be off the agenda but that doesn’t mean you can’t still party.
There are so many great digital apps to keep you in touch with your friends, so there is no reason you cant rave from the privacy of your living room.
And of course that’s the perfect excuse to get this very sparkly skirt.
Denim boiler suit, £22.50
Denim boiler suits have certainly become a bit of a wardrobe staple as far as we are concerned so this rather stylish one is a total steal at under £25.
Gingham top £19.80
This top makes us remember that happier days are around the corner.
Nothing says summer fun in the park quite like a gingham top, so we are hoping this will send all the sunny vibes our way.
Denim dress £36
This cute denim mini dress is packed with wild west vibes – which remains a key trend for the season.
Team this beauty with some white ankle boots for maximum style points.
Blue trench, £71
The very definition of a statement coat, this bright blue trench coat is the epitome of a happy piece of outerwear.
Double layer trench, £80
Trench coats were triumphant on the catwalk this season, as the likes of Burberry showed a host of updated styles including embellished coats and mixed fabrications.
A coat shape that never dates, this double layered style is super chic.
Great for work or play.
Balloon jeans, £29
The new jean style, the balloon shape isn’t the easiest to wear.
It’s pretty full around the hips and probably is easiest for taller and more willowy figures.
But you can definitely put your own spin on it if you don’t have endless pins.
Add a pair of heels and tuck in your top to elongate your legs and give yourself a waist.
Red top, £26
We’ve said it before but we will say it again – big sleeves are big news and this little red top with exaggerated puff sleeves is the perfect way to rock the trend.
Blue jumper, £26
The winter chill is still in the air so we are still stock piling knitwear to keep cosy.
This gorgeous blue is the perfect pick me up hue and those sleeves are bang on trend.
Vinyl skirt, £34
Coloured leather was a key trend across international catwalks and this vinyl skirt gives the perfect nod to the trend.
Dress up with a pretty blouse or down with a t-shirt and trainers.
Pink trousers, £31
All shades of pink were very much welcome at the Spring/Summer’20 shows and we’ve got a little crush on these pastel tailored trousers.
From sky scraper heels to a simple white tennis shoe and a pretty blouse to fitted tee these trousers will go with everything.
Leopard slip skirt, £25
The slip skirt has cemented its place in fashion’s good graces and this super easy to wear skirt shape shows no time of disappearing anytime soon.
Rock this leopard number with boots in the winter and bare legs and trainers in the summer.
Brick red trench coat, £63
We will never stop championing the trench coat.
This is the outerwear style that every woman should have at least one of in their coat arsenal.
But if a traditional neutral mac doesn’t quite do it for you, try this gorgeous brick red one on for size.
Animal print dress, £32
In the fashion industry, animal print is pretty much a neutral and the return of jungle inspired prints to the catwalk has taken off across the high street in a major way.
The big question is, can you own too much leopard print?
We think not.
Editor jeans in grey, £39
Another classic Topshop jean style.
The Editor have a lovely straight leg and a slight cropped hem.
This jean is super versatile and is great with t-shirts and blazers as well as dressed up with heels and a nice top.
We absolutely love grey jeans as an alternative to classic indigo and black styles, so take the opportunity to snag a staple jean shape with a bit of money off, because everyone loves a bargain.
Real leather shirt £135
One of our more pricier finds, this real leather shirt will age beautifully, which is why we added it to our shopping list.
Leather pieces are always a great investment, because they stand the test of time and get better with age.
Wear this as a shirt, layered over a roll neck in the winter, before wearing it as a great alternative to a light jacket in late spring.
With home working the new norm, dungarees are set to become the alternative uniform to loungewear and we are here for it.
These classic black dungarees will become a firm favourite in your wardrobe, trust us.
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