Today it’s all about tops. Fantastic vintage-inspired tops that you can purchase with the help of Yumi Direct voucher codes, Apricot voucher codes and Fever London voucher codes – all great retailers who like to put a bit of a vintage twist on their ranges. I’ve picked a few nice pieces that would fit in a number of different eras, most of them perfect paired with a pretty pencil skirt or possibly some 50s-style capri pants. Anyway, peruse and take your pick…
I recently rediscovered Fever London voucher codes and I’m now kicking myself for forgetting them in the first place. That is because Fever London voucher codes can save you up to 30% off selected purchases, including a pretty blouse or two. My pick of the bunch include this Hurlington Top in Rust (was £49.99, now £29.99), the Avebury Top in Navy/Red (was £29.99, now £19.99) and their Rosie Top in Navy/Cream (was £29.99, now £14.99) – all of these discounts are available with Fever London voucher codes at time of writing.
Yumi Direct voucher codes should be pit-stop on any vintage-lovers online browse, what with their quirky retro wares and unique styling. At present, using Yumi Direct voucher codes could save you up to 65% off your order, which may or may not include this Yumi Unicorn Print Shirt (was £32, now £16), their Uttam Boutique Printed Birds Blouse (was £32, now £16) and the Yumi Lace Front Top (was £45, now £30).
I am a lover of Apricot dresses, but I wouldn’t shun their top selection either, based on these picks. The smartest way of buying from their site is to use Apricot voucher codes, saving you a potential 65% off selected garments. Have a look at their Geometric Squares Smock Top (was £27, now £7), the Coral Birds Pussy Bow Blouse (was £26, now £15) and the Burgundy Dotted Diamonds Puff Top (was £27, now £10). Those are some rather astonishing prices you can access with Apricot voucher codes, I think you’ll agree.
Fever London voucher codes, Yumi Direct voucher codes and Apricot voucher codes are all easily accessible, so you’ve got no excuse not to beef up your summer wardrobe in the vintage blouse department. Next week – skirts!