Fancy a shopping trip this weekend, but limited to just one thing? Make it a top. Here are our ten tops for the weekend.
A top is the perfect pick-me-up for tired wardrobe and the most versatile of items – wear with jeans, skirts, dungarees and more.
We love the boldness of this simple bright, fuchsia pink shell top from BHS (£18). Perfect to brighten you up when the weather’s not playing ball, this is the most colourful of tops.
The 1980s were full of ruffles, and lady of the 80s, the late Princess Diana was a fan. This H&M ruffle blouse (£29.99) brings these tops into the 21st Century.
Pretty spring patterns are fantastic on tops. This lovely yellow and white daisy print number from White Stuff (£39.95) is super cute and cool for spring days and nights.
French Connection’s tie-dye dip-dye sweater (£70) with hem detail will look slouchy and relaxed with jeans, denim skirts, or shorts.
A vest is a great way of showing off those toned arms (and that fake tan). Unleash your inner rock chick with this Fender logo version from GAP (£16.95).
Geo prints are on-trend this summer, and this tunic style top from J by Jasper Conran @ Debenhams (£35) is a bold statement-making top.
White Stuff’s simple, subtle dragonfly print adds another dimension to a simple top – perfect for casual weekend wear.(£42.50)
Louche @ JOY’s lace sleeveless vintage-inspired shell top (£35) is a gorgeous, romantic top, but wear with jeans and killer heels for an edge.
The Bardot off-the-shoulder top is the king of tops this season. This gingham monochrome version at New Look (£14.99) is the perfect homage to 1950s French Riviera style. Team with capri pants and pumps.
Finally, metallics can be subtle as well as full-on bling. This BHS metallic top (£22) has a cinched in waist – wear with jeans or a pencil skirt for a different look.