Obviously, TOPMAN DESIGN showed us the real “high street” fashion during their Fall and Winter 2013 collection during London Men’s Fashion Week. The art of layering and the skills of the tastemakers proven us that not only cropped jackets also work for men but also paisley patterns and (YES!) bright colours could also be an ideal ensemble during the chilly winds of the season in alternative to a melancholic all-black outfit.
Pardon my excitement, but I need to get those individual pieces on my back pronto. It screams Fashion, it screams attention and most importantly - probably the best part of it - it screams “I’m better than your average UGG limping peasant and her “Juicy” booty tracksuit”. Side note - just because the word “sexy” is stamped on your ass cheek does not mean you are nor you have a sexy booty in those slithery bright pink velvet “ass-hugger” pants.
Wheeling back to the topic, Topman Design always excites me during the Men’s Fashion Week. It has been a favorite alongside Christopher Kane and - no surprise here - Burberry Prorsum. The gradation of colour in the duration of the collection was such a floral bouquet to my eyes. Sharp silhouettes with draperies and colours to balance the femininity and masculinity of an ensemble is quite impressive. Although I wouldn’t see myself rocking those “breezy” pantaloons, I have my commitment with my skinnies until my volleyball thunder-thighs disappear.
Why not camp during the freezing winters of the North with burgundy double breasted blazers or a peach knit cardigan/bath robe? Might as well do it while you strut your shorts in the middle of an icy street.
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