10th Commandment: December 3

Dec 3, 2013

04D02FCRM_largeTopshop Quilted Tee ($64)

Quilted details are making the rounds.  And while I’ve never cared for this texture on handbags, I do like it on clothing.  I think it adds an extra dimension.

Topshop has a handful of quilted pieces, including this tee.  This top also comes in quilted faux leather (also in tall sizes), and they make a midnight navy sweatshirt with a quilted texture.

I also like this Mossimo skirt with a quilted panel on the front.  Though, if I had the money, I would leap at the chance to own this Alexander McQueen skirt.

As for dresses, Topshop has a cap-sleeve dress in winter white that caught my eye.  I also liked this half-sleeve Club Monaco dress and this sleeveless Hache dress.

Plus-size: Mossimo Quilted Detail Pants ($25) Petite: Topshop Leather Look Dress ($110)

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  1. Para says:

    Great find on the top, I am always looking for white tops that aren’t going to be sheer or look too casual under jackets, so if this works out it will be perfect.

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