9 New Topshop Pieces That Look Wildly Expensive


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Your go-to little black dress has been to enough parties—it might be time to switch things up a bit. If you're in the market for something sparkly and eye-catching for the holidays (or anytime, really), Topshop is answering your prayers. The retailer has teamed up with British brand Halpern on an expensive-looking new collection that screams Studio 54 (but with mostly under-$150 prices).

"We really wanted to give the Topshop customer our core essence—the glamour of the 1970s and those powerful women in resistance," designer Michael Halpern said in a statement. Halpern also has some advice on how to style the disco-worthy clothes. "I think it's okay to go outside of your comfort zone a little bit, but never try to dress like someone you're not because it will never work. If the clothes help you feel more confident and 'out there,' I think that's the most exciting thing a designer can ever ask for."

Scroll down to shop our favorite pieces from the collab.

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