Few things excite me as much as a Topshop sale, where patience is rewarded and that skirt you've lusted after for weeks suddenly becomes so cheap that it would be rude not to buy it.
As with all sales, my advice would definitely be to sacrifice a lunch break to hit Topshop in person as you will almost certainly find a better array of items (not to mention sizes) compared to shopping online.
That being said, there are still plenty of gorgeous sale pieces on the Topshop website. Hundreds of pieces, actually. They're selling fast so you'll need to be quick if you want to maximise on the 50% off goodness...but everyone loves a challenge, right?
Feel free to celebrate your new purchases at The Mayfair Exchange, that's what the Topshop HQ girls themselves have been doing recently, after all.
1. Skirt - £25 (from £55)
This skirt looks STUNNING with a simple black or navy blouse or jumper. It's a simple look that can be office appropriate or jazzed up for 'smart evening'. Wear with a royal red tee or short sleeve roll neck for ultimate 'look at me' lady points.
2. Ring - £5.50 (was £10)
It's nearly time to bust out the summer jewellery, so you need to be prepared. (That's how I'm justifying this purchase, anyway).
3. Poncho - £15 (was £25)
Festival season is on the way but to only consider ponchos as festival attire is a damn shame in my opinion. They are the ultimate beach cover-up and never go creased and horrid, so they're a trusty friend to have stuffed in your beach bag. They're bulky, yes, but you'll be thankful when it's definitely too cold to still be in a bikini but you want to carry on drinking.
4. Dress - £18 (was £38)
I love the neon embroidery. (I always love neon embroidery).
5. Sandals - £30 (were £60)
You can probably blame Coachella for the fact I think these are the ultimate "necessary" purchase, but they ARE rather nice.
6. Top - £35 (was £95)
This top is a bonafide bargain. The sequins are two tone so you can brush them about to make them go from silver to pink and back again (addictive to fiddle with, you have been warned). Topshop bill it as a sweatshirt so don't go buying it as a tee, it does have a real weight to it. A great transitional piece.
7. Skort - £18 (was £36)
I still love the word skort.
8. Loafers - £25 (were £52)
Great razor soles, fabby pointed toes and a dreamy ice-creamy pastel shade of blue. Wear with white for impact, but any ankle grazers or shorts would show them off nicely.
9. Kilt - £22 (was £48)
The pleated wrap effect of this skirt gives it a serious fash-wan edge. You could wear it with a blouse to work easily enough, or style with a tee, chunky jewels and Reebok Classics for a weekend IDGAF overhaul.
10. Watch - £29.99 (was £39.99)
If you've been after a blingy gold watch but not sure you can justify buying a Michael Kors, try this style for a while and make sure you're sure. The navy face is a dream.