The Topman AAA range has been one of my elusive obsessions for a while now; rare to buy before the exclusive rebellious clothes are sold out, and just as rare to come across such a unique style, with, forget the pun, sheer delight. The AAA is the epitome of grunge lux, where unconventional fabrics are encouraged and androgyny is given an accessible shadow of light. Tops have asymmetric zips, black wax trousers look like intoxicating tar, and blazers have that sequin studded stamp that exudes the well dressed dinner date goth. Meg Matthews has just designed a particularly inspired addition to the range which Topman has adopted, consisting of hand drawn sheer scarves that bleed out a wonderfully twisted graphic print. Showing that scarves can be involved in the company of the sun, I love playing around with the accessory as a lightweight friend to a vest look, or delicately knotted to form a bohemian head piece to tame my curly hair.
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