Take me out

The some­times ma­ligned ‘go­ing out’ top is mak­ing a tri­umphant re­turn

Weekend Herald - Canvas - - CONTENTS - Dan Ahwa Miu Miu re­sort 2019. Dodo Bar Or top, about from Matches. Stella McCart­ney top, about Storm top

While it might seem per­plex­ing that a song re­leased in 2008 is con­sid­ered a throw­back these days, the re­al­ity is that it was an en­tire decade ago. Time flies. It’s not un­usual for fash­ions to come and go and this time we’re look­ing to the mid-to-late noughties for in­spi­ra­tion, an era that put the spot­light on high/low dress­ing with the span­gly, fun, party top worn with jeans. The go­ing out uni­form was of­ten ac­ces­sorised with a pair of mules and a mini purse (prefer­ably a Fendi “Baguette”) slung non­cha­lantly over the shoul­der. While there’s whiff of irony with the re­turn of noughties trends right now, the “go­ing out” top is one that has some rel­e­vance with 2018’s pref­er­ence for ca­sual glam­our. Here’s our pick of the best tops to go out in, be it a block of colour, a ri­otous print or maybe one with em­bel­lish­ment for a lit­tle ex­tra pizazz. Just add jeans.

Over The La­bel top, $ 399, from Su­perette. Re­becca Tay­lor re­sort 2019.

Printed tops

$ 1790.

$ 650,

$ 249.

Caro­line Sills top $ 199.

Trelise Cooper top $ 399.

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