The 20 Topshop Buys That Will Be All Over London This November

For fashion lovers, apps have revolutionised the way we interact with our favourite brands. Websites that previously weren't smart phone–friendly are now packaged into neat programs, allowing us to browse categories with ease and order at a touch of a button. My favourite function? The Saved Items folder.

Acting as your very own virtual clothes rail, this simple solution allows me to bookmark the pieces that have caught my eye. It's also the perfect way to step back and mull on a potential purchase, rather than ending up in a panic-buy situation. There's nothing more satisfying than coming back to my wish list after a few days and being able to cherrypick the pieces that still set my heart racing and deleting those that don't.

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Playing dress-up on Topshop's app.

I'd pay a lot of money to get a glimpse into the wish lists of my favourite fashion icons. But as I currently don't have a direct line to Alexa Chung, we'll just have to do with yours truly. This week, I'm revealing the items currently residing in my Topshop wish list. Out of all my fashion apps, Topshop has one of the best save functions, and I add to it on a daily basis. Want to see what's in my Saved folder this week? Scroll down to see and shop my picks.

Shop the Items on My Topshop Wish List

A fab way to stay warm in style at the weekend.

A knitted skirt is such a chic addition to your knitwear collection.

You'd never know this wasn't a high-end purchase.

I want all my partywear to be feather-trimmed this season.

Square necklines are an easy way to make your basics look more expensive. 

The drop waist of this dress separates it from the rest of the high-street offerings. 

A trench will give your summer dresses longevity.

A '70s silhouette is never a bad idea.