Xirl Street Couture London brand launches collection of animal tops and vintage denim shorts and jackets.


Straight from East London, the latest in street couture, Xirl, is here. Xirl is a young brand revealing its SS15 line – animal print tops and vintage denim shorts that are impactful, eye-catching and totally radical. Fashionistas of all ages looking to make their wardrobes more hip can mix and match a range of styles to make their own.

Xirl’s animal print line uses images of owls, pugs and tigers to create tops that can transition from an afternoon at a coffee shop to a night at the club. The designs are monochrome and include a pop of colour so fashionistas wearing them stand out in the crowd.

The goal of Xirl is to offer fashion which makes women feel beautiful and trendy at all times of day. A Xirl top worn out for brunch with girlfriends, paired with cut-off shorts and wedges, can just as easily be worn later, with heels and a pair of skinny jeans, for hitting the club that same night.

The Xirl range of tops are cut in a number of unique and fun ways so they appeal to the risque or conservative woman. Choose between a fun and trendy long t-shirt, a hot and sexy crop top, or a fringe top ideal for the next festival.

The key to a great wardrobe is versatility and strength of character in the pieces a woman owns. A woman wearing Xirl is strong, capable, cool, and looking for clothes that speak to her intense independence and sense of self. This is what Xirl provides by creating a number of styles they can be paired with any kind of bottom a woman selects – skirts, shorts or long pants.

The crux of Xirl is affordable high-fashion, and Xirl has created a product that works in every woman’s closet. Whether wearing a Xirl t-shirt with shorts or a long pencil skirt, the most fashionable of women know that a well-made piece can make any day-to-night transition, and help a woman own her entire day in the process.

Available from www.xirl.com and https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Xirllondon

Prices start at £16.99

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