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Topshop: Leading high street name better than ever in revamped Belfast store

Published 24/10/2016

Jacket, £295, dress, £65, boots, £79
Jacket, £295, dress, £65, boots, £79
Coat, £89, top, £22, skirt, £95
Jacket, £45, blouse, £39, skirt, £45
Coat, £110, shirt, £34, jeans, £40, boots, £78, belt, £22
Dress, £125
Jacket, £75, hoodie, £26, shorts, £28, boots, £42, socks £3.50, backpack, £29
Jumper, £35, trouser, £45, trainers, £55

Expect even more in the style stakes from the newly revamped Topshop at Victoria Square, Belfast.

While one of the biggest names in the high street has also been Fashion Central, now the new store - which includes Topman - will have unique features so you always look your best.

As well as its edgy new Taylor Hill collection, which features everything any self-respecting rock chick needs or wants, now Topshop has some new ways to stay ahead of the style pack.

Topshop has teamed up with Custom Village to provide an in-store denim customisation service.

Just take your favourite pair of jeans or jacket for monogramming, patches, studs and rips to the denim.

Meanwhile, get your glam on with the Topshop Beauty Bar for everything from makeovers to gel nail manicures.

Can't decide what to wear? No problem as some Topshop stores here will soon have their own personal shopping service - so watch this space for more details. And to celebrate Halloween this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) call into Topshop for specialist make-up applications and themed nail art for the scariest time of the year when you spend £40 in store.

Belfast Telegraph

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