This past weekend I finally visited Topshop (it opened here almost a month ago but the three-hour line discouraged me from stepping foot in it), a store I remember fondly from my London days as a poor study abroad college student. Although I grabbed several promising goodies, I was yet again discouraged by a ridiculously long changing room line, to which I muttered "forget that" and disarmed quickly. As I grunted my way to the escalator, I noticed a stunning gray jacket with exaggerated shoulders in the corner. Barbara Hulanicki is pretty well known in England (she's the genius behind Biba from the 1960s and 70s), and her modest but gorgeous capsule collection is quite reasonably priced, all things considered. Of course, although I admit that the jacket reminded me a little of Balmain, I've always liked an exaggerated shoulder so long as the rest of the jacket is quite fitted. For us pear-shaped gals, the bold shoulders balance out the larger bottom half.