The other week, I spent a whole night doing London trip research and looking up the attractions that I'd most like to visit while I'm there. The first couple of hours were quite productive. I found out most of the museums and galleries were free. I learned about loading my Oyster card with a day pass worth of money for the tube to get the most value out of public transit. I looked into potential daytrips to Hampton Court and Oxford. I even looked up whether I could catch Dirty Dancing: The Musical while I'm there. (Hooray!) However, all of this diligent work degenerated into questionable "research" as I grew more tired and started browsing the Topshop website to get ideas of what I can expect when I set foot in one of their stores.
Truthfully, there wasn't a lot that caught my eye, and of the items that did seem appealing, well, I'm not sure if I'd be willing to spend that much. I've heard good and bad things about Topshop's quality bar; if I see these tops in person and they seem like they'd hold up, I might splurge on one (or three). Anyway, here are the tops that are tops in my books. I see a recurring theme in all those delicate colours and bows.
Lace bow top, 28 pounds
Cornelli embellished top, 32 pounds
Chiffon bow vest, 22 pounds
Contrast bow top, 18 pounds