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Its very hard to capture the cut and drapes as the black doesn't photo that well, but the last picture gives a better idea of how it fits. It truly is a stunning item and one which I will covet and treasure for years to come. Funnily enough, after taking it after after the photo shoot, I left it unbuttoned and it looks gorgeous as a jacket too, so a really great item and I view as a real piece of art. Topshop have some tops online now that are very similiar to the draping of mine, so it shows how timeless this top really is. It also gives me back the belief that there are true gems to be found thrifting if you look hard enough.
My first 'eureka' thrift find was an immaculate Ossie Clark maxi dress for £7 in my local Sue Ryder about 4-5 years ago, which I sold to raise some money to pay off debts. I do regret it, but it was meant to be at the time, I suppose.
What has been your best find-be it thrifting, online, ebay or from a high street shop or designer item-what is that item that made you go all weak at the knees and desperate to have in your wardrobe?
I thrifted a lovely George Rech vintage breton style jumper, which I will pair with my white Ralph Lauren jeans this spring and summer-how will you rock this trend?
According to the fashion forecast at Topshop, the hottest trend this spring and summer is vintage rose designs, Pre-Raphaelite watercolour prints, pastel garden roses and monochrome florals. I for one am very pleased, as it means I can revisit some of my favourite vintage and modern dresses that I already have that tap into this trend-
Topshop silk watercolour floral tea dress
Its odds on you have at least one floral vintage summer dress in your wardrobe, dig it out as it will be a winner for this summer!