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The $12 top from Kmart that is set to be the style hit of the summer

The $12 top from Kmart that is set to be the style hit of the summer – and it’s already flying off the shelves

  • Shoppers are racing to get their hands on a tie-up top for $12 from Kmart
  • The top isn’t available online, but is in multiple colours including black and white
  • Many who have managed to find the piece have shared snaps of them in it online
  • Kmart have enjoyed huge success in the fashion stakes in recent months 

Shoppers are racing to get their hands on a pretty tie-up top from Kmart, with many claiming it’s the fashion buy of the summer.

The $12 button-up number is available in multiple colours, including black, white and khaki green, and it’s already flying off the shelves.

Those who have managed to get their hands on the budget buy have been wearing the top both on and off the shoulders.   

Shoppers are racing to get their hands on a pretty tie-up top from Kmart, with many claiming it’s the fashion buy of the summer (pictured: the $12 top women love)

The $12 button-up number is available in multiple colours, including black, white and khaki green, and it's already flying off the shelves (pictured in white)

The $12 button-up number is available in multiple colours, including black, white and khaki green, and it’s already flying off the shelves (pictured in white)

Brisbane style blogger Jessica, who runs The Budget Style File, was one of the first to spot the top, sharing a snap of herself in the black version on her Instagram profile.

‘For just $12 I can already tell I’m going to get plenty of wear out of this gorgeous top! Also comes in white,’ she posted.

Jessica paired the top with a pair of light wash denim jeans and gold hoop earrings.

Those who have managed to get their hands on the budget buy have been wearing the top both on and off the shoulders (pictured on one buyer)

Those who have managed to get their hands on the budget buy have been wearing the top both on and off the shoulders (pictured on one buyer)

Jessica’s photo was soon met with a flood of comments, with people revealing how much they love it and how difficult it is to find.

‘Oh my gosh it’s so pretty,’ wrote one.

Jessica added: ‘It is really beautiful on and you can wear it a couple of different ways, off shoulder or the straps can be pulled up to sit on the shoulders too.

‘The fabric is also stretchy so it’s very comfortable too.’  

Since Jessica uploaded her snap, plenty of others have jumped on the trend including Kmart Queen and Everyday Kmart (pictured in khaki)

While the top is selling out in-store, it's not yet available online (pictured in black)

Since Jessica uploaded her snap, plenty of others have jumped on the trend including Kmart Queen and Everyday Kmart. It’s not yet available online

Since Jessica uploaded her snap, plenty of others have jumped on the trend including Kmart Queen and Everyday Kmart.

But while the top is proving a sellout in-store, it is not yet available online.

The famous discount store have enjoyed huge success with their women’s fashion in recent months, following the release of their ‘Summer Daze’ collection in October.

Inspired by the Australian landscape, the fashion-forward collection was filled with simple linen sleeveless dresses, cross-body bags and on-trend accessories.

The famous discount store have enjoyed huge success with their women's fashion in recent months, following the release of their 'Summer Daze' collection in October (pictured)

The famous discount store have enjoyed huge success with their women’s fashion in recent months, following the release of their ‘Summer Daze’ collection in October (pictured) 

Inspired by the Australian landscape, the fashion-forward collection was filled with simple linen sleeveless dresses, cross-body bags and on-trend accessories (pictured)

Inspired by the Australian landscape, the fashion-forward collection was filled with simple linen sleeveless dresses, cross-body bags and on-trend accessories (pictured)

Speaking about the collection, Kmart’s General Manager of Apparel & Design Julie Miller Sensini said:

‘For us, it’s about making shopping a more fun and inspiring experience as well as making fashion more accessible to more people.

‘As a business, that means giving access to the latest trends and styles, at everyday low prices that everyone can enjoy. 

 ‘We’ve made a commitment to bring customers low prices for life, and this new Summer Daze collection is an extension of that commitment.’



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