Topshop is really spoiling us at the moment. First came its brand new Archive collection, which brought us re-issued versions of our favourite Toppers buys, and now there’s another new reason to pull out our purses.
Say hello to the Reclaim range, an eco-friendly collection without a hint of hemp in sight. Consisting of 20 pieces, each is created using surplus fabric, making for some seriously cool new buys.
We’re talking silk culottes, floral prints, on-trend pinafore frocks and must-have denim. It’s an ingenious way of re-using Topshop’s left over stock of jersey, cotton and jean fabrics- plus it makes for one covetable capsule collection to boot.
Want the best news? You can do your bit for the environment (and look stylish) from just £12, making this the most purse-friendly, guilt-free haul we’ve seen in a while.
There’s not long to wait, either. The Reclaim range hits stores on 16th July, which gives us just two days to pick out our favourite pieces. With 70s dresses on offer, as well as sheer panel blouses, we could be here some time.
This is the first sustainable standalone collection from Topshop, although the brand has previously collaborated with ‘Reclaim to Wear’, the company launched by the founders of From Somewhere, the label that tackles the problem of textile waste.
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