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I survived the apocalypse – Fashion to die for 2013

After all the waiting, shopping, planning and surviving the end of the world, Christmas day has finally been and gone and already we have opened presents containing new clothes that will begin to define our wardrobe for 2013.

Topshop clearly anticipated the rush for redoing our wardrobes and very quickly sold out of the dress I bought myself for my birthday and Christmas festivities; a gold and black velvet skater style dress. With the product selling so quickly, Topshop wisely produced a beautiful bodycon version that makes my heart melt!

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Another birthday treat for myself for a crop tee jersey with a bodycon dip hem paisley skirt. The dip hem means bending over is safer than ever in those short skirts but the jersey crop adds an element of casual for those crop top days.

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For Christmas I received some wisely chosen presents from Santa, although they were already hinted at on my Christmas list. One totally Topshop outfit is a combination of basic print jersey, featuring a more feminine design of butterflies, combined with a dipped hem flipper skirt. This combo creates a very casual winter of summer creation that I KNOW will get plenty of wear. The casual jersey also works well with my favourite Christmas clothing cracker!

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Next season will see the skirt dungaree, or as some people may call a pinafore, peek in popularity. In this picture I have collaborated the ‘Alice in Wonderland’esque pinafore with a laced crop top. Worn with flats and tights, it can make for a more casual look, but worn with heels and bare legs, this can be taken for a Topshop styled night on the town! It is crucial to note the laced but dignified front with a see-through lace back for a more seductive look.

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Watch your back 2013 as you will be seeing the recycling of what may be considered ‘mummy clothes’ with pinafores teamed with nifty nineties crops.

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