Style bloggers snap up muscle top from cool-girl label Frankie Shop
Is this the fashion hit of the summer? Style bloggers snap up £75 yellow muscle tee with padded shoulders from cool-girl label Frankie Shop
- Padded shoulder muscle T-shirt from Frankie Shop is fast becoming an ‘IT’ item
- Fashion bloggers from around the world have gone wild for the summer garment
- French Camille Charriere teamed up with cool-girl label to create the yellow tee
- All profits of the popular summery t-shirt with profits going to the US Red Cross
It is only the first week of June, but already there is an early fashion hit of the summer.
Popular Instagram fashionistas from across the world, including France, the Netherlands, the UK, and America, have gone wild for a £75 yellow muscle-t-shirt with shoulder pads from It-Girl favourite Frankie Shop – which has stores in both New York and Paris.
The tee, which comes in several different colours, has sold out multiple times online, with the trend hitting new heights of popularity last week when French style icon Camille Charriere teamed up with the brand to release a yellow version for charity.
While the brand doesn’t have a UK store, the founder has previously spoken about how the styles are inspired by London’s fashion markets found in places such as Portobello and Shoreditch.
The summer is set to filled with padded shoulder T-shirts – with fashion lovers swooning over the must-have item (Pictured: French style icon Camille Charriere wearing the muscle T-shirt sold by cool-girl label Frankie Shop)
Popular Instagram fashionistas (pictured) from across the world, including France, the Netherlands, the UK, and America, have gone wild for the muscle T-shirt sold by cool-girl label Frankie Shop – which has stores in both New York and Paris. (pictured left, Estelle Chemouny in the tee, and right, Anne-Laure Mais in the top)
The £75 t-shirt, which comes in a variety of different colours, has sold out several times online as faionistas rush to get their hands on the top
For every yellow padded shoulder Eva T-shirt (above) sold, 100 per cent of the profits of go to the US Red Cross as a part of the brand’s #letthesunchainin initiative
For every yellow padded shoulder Eva T-shirt sold, 100 per cent of the profits of go to the US Red Cross as a part of the brand’s #LetTheSunChainIn initiative.
Frankie Shop has also committed to donating $1 to the Red Cross for every Instagram post which features the colour yellow alongside the same hashtag.
The tee taps into the current eighties trend, while also looking effortlessly chic.
With a flowing and relaxed fit which falls past the hips, it’s perfect for warm days and heatwaves.
Frankie Shop is also committing to donating $1 to the Red Cross for every Instagram post which features the colour yellow alongside the hashtag #letthesunchainin. Pictured: LA influencer Alyssa Coscarelli (left) and Dutch-American wardrobe stylist Djuna Bel Rowe (right) both wearing the garment
Spanish creative María Bernad (pictured) sportst the trendy item, teamed with a pair of jeans, in a recent Instagram post
With a flowing and relaxed fit which falls past the hips, it’s perfect for warm days and heatwaves. Pictured: Danish fashion influencer Jeanette Madsen, left, and Amsterdam-based Linda Tol, right
Influencers across Instagram have showcased the versatile ways in which to wear the padded shoulder T-shirt, including when paired with white or colourful jeans.
Norwegian blogger Nina Sandbech paired a white version of the T-shirt with black leather trousers, with followers flooding her comments with praise over the look.
One commented: ‘Amazing combo! Love everything.’
Meanwhile Ellie from the @Slipintostyle wore hers with an ultra-cool pair of brown leather culottes.
Frankie Shop: The cool-girl brand that influencers are going wild for
Since launching in 2014, Frankie Shop has become a favourite with fashion’s most recognisable influencers, and even boasts celebrity fans such as British singer Rita Ora.
The label has two stores in New York and Paris as well as its own website. It was inspired by London’s local fashion markets found in places such as Portobello and Shoreditch, founder Gaelle Drevet told Grazia last year.
It’s a one-stop destination for minimal, flattering pieces that aren’t going to break the bank.
Gaelle, who previously worked for ABC News as a producer and journalist, said: ‘I’ve always loved fashion. When I was on assignment in London for long period of times, I discovered the local fashion markets like Portobello, Shoreditch, and all the independent designers that made wonderful things.’
She added that she’s got every intention of making Frankie Shop the ‘go-to place for the downtown working girl.’
Danish fashion influencer Jeanette Madsen also sported the tee this week, along with Copenhagen-based Emili Sindlev, Spanish creative María Bernad, Paris-based Estelle Chemouny, and influencer Sonia Lyson, who can often be found in London.
Meanwhile, popstar Rita Ora has also declared herself a fan of the tee, having recently posted a picture of herself wearing the brand’s white version layered with gold jewellery on Instagram.
While the trend has been exploding onto social media, the British high street has followed suit and is already stocking alternatives to Frankie Shop’s look, including Mango, H&M and Monki.
Norwegian blogger Nina Sandbech (pictured left) paired a white version of the T-shirt with leather trousers, while Ellie from the @Slipintostyle Instagram account also opted for the muscle tee (right)
Meanwhile retired personal shopper and mother @TheLuxeLook18 (pictured) paired her trendy top with a gold chain necklace
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