Now I have a few problems with this as fashion is meant to be fun isn't it? What suits is subjective whilst my Hub may have thought I looked Smokin' in that Bettie Page dress, my dear old Mum thought it wasn't flattering, I didn't buy it and I regret that! and whilst no one wants to look a big old mess, why does it have to be flattering! Sometimes clothes from Top Shop on their website might not be flattering but never do I hear as much trilling and concern of "oooohhhhhhh it might not be flattering."
So my thoughts on The Cut, it is certainly bold with cool prints and at first look I thought: "Oh it might not be for me!" and my initial fave was the abstract cardie, probably the safest piece.
I think the Jumpsuit is really edgy, with a funky print and a body con look, it is definitely brave! Maybe a bit brave for me, but I applaud Evans for giving the Plus size woman options, beyond a safe tunic! Or a skater dress (I'm not dissing the Skater Dress, I love them and would do a lot for The Pink Clove Tartan one, if anyone has one they don't want??????)
And finally my favourite, although at first I thought oh a tunic in a very loud print, I now realise this is a really lovely fashion forward body con number with a slight A line and some nice detailing. Although I must say the pic of it alone doesn't do it justice, and for those nay sayers who say: "Oh but she's a model of course it looks good on her" I have seen pics on people on the web and it also looks great on them.
So my verdict for those who care at nothing coming in at over £50.00 this is an affordable, fun, funky and fashionable range and if I can make some money on E bay that yellow dress is coming home with me soon!