Helloooo! Welcome to Part II of my Toppers new term post. If you missed the first one explaining what I'm up to then, fret not, you can find it here. Today's post features, as promised, looks three and four. The Trouser Looks. The first one is pretty colourful for me, I'm not going to lie, but something about these pink trousers spoke to my heart. Initially I bought them in the cerise pink colour I've linked above but then wimped out and settled for this little salmon pair as a compromise. The blouse I absolutely love; the fit's perfect and it's the kind of thing I've been after that I can chuck on with skinny jeans on a lazy day (remember that one as term goes on, students). Plus, we all saw from my last post how much I love a bit of leopard print. And what else do we spy sneaking its way in again? That's right, the embellished bag! The cheeky little monkey.
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For my second outfit i'm back in my safe place: high waisted trousers and a dark palette. I wish I could show you just how good the little tank is because it's just the best quality ever. It's in a really warm wool-y material, hangs very well and sits at a pretty bargainous £32 (-£3.20 if you take into account student discount - that's important). I've tied it under in a couple as I very much enjoy a slightly cropped top with high waisted trousers. Plus I'm a huge harlot. And hello bag again, well done on making it into all four outfits.
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So, the best thing about all these outfits I've picked (1-4) is that they're interchangeable. The three tops can be mixed and matched with any of the bottoms (the leopard print shirt with yesterday's leopard print shirt is particularly good, as is the cream ruffle blouse with the khaki trousers) so you've got your own little student capsule wardrobe, huzzah!
I hope you liked these posts, let me know what your wee favie of the four outfits was! I shall leave you with my favourite photo of the set...
Post in collaboration with my favourites, Topshop