With three levels of women’s fashion and one level of men’s, there was a lot to like, with the brand offering their general clothing range plus a ‘petite’ and ‘talle’ collection. Casual-wear and street-wear intermingled with floral tailored jackets. Lots of cut-off shorts and coloured-patterned skinny pants. Lace skirts/dresses and peplum tops, with the odd bit of khaki provided solidarity to a very colourful range. Shoes including leopard print, neon, velvet and ankle boots sat alongside woven sandals and sneakers. Given the rainbow of colours and styles, it would appear that anything really goes for summer 2013.
While visiting Topshop my friend and I were offered the ‘personal shopper’ service (which by all accounts was free). It was just fantastic. The changing rooms were generous in size, with a lounge area situated outside, offering refreshments, with cookies and toffee adorning the side table. Any sizing issues with clothes and shoes were easily dispelled, as help was on hand and once all your purchases had been decided, there was the ability to pay at a private counter, where we happily parted with our money. It was truly a ‘top shop’ experience and one which I would highly recommend.