We are well on the way to February, and thus we are heading very firmly into Spring. Early spring ushers in some of the best fashion and is one of the nicest times of the year.
There are new trends to follow, but also statement pieces that can be added into capsule wardrobes to update your style with very minimal impact on your financials.
We are very excited to step into new styles, and we thought we would share what we’re wearing this spring.
We are not saying that you should bin the skinny jeans. However, step into spring in a new silhouette. The wide leg jean is your new go-to denim. We love this structured shape, that adds a fresh new injection of style to any look.
Effortless and chic in all washes, we are a big fan of a white or cream denim.
Tis the season for our arches to rejoice. Yes, this season we will be stepping out in a new lower heel. This could well be the it shoe of SS19.
We love how this adds a fun finish to a dress, or adds dignity and class in place of a flat. Walk further, be light on your feet and step in style.
Tailoring is going no-where. This season, the silhouette is oversized. Think roomy shoulders and a boxy cut. Chose your fighter; pinstripe checked or plain.
Whichever you choose, make sure you grab a Boyfriend blazer this season. There are a plethora of options all over the high-street. We love Topshop and Zara.
White boots were surging up at the end of last season, and have come into full force this season. All heel heights, shapes and sizes. Rejoice in the fresh feel that white boots give any outfit.
Kudos for any western vibes you can pick up, see the next category.
Western is a huge trend for SS19. Ganni’s entire SS19 show was western themed and was full of amazing statement pieces that you can snap up right now.
We are talking horse prints, fringing, faded colours and mixed materials. Whatever you choose, gallop into the season into style.
Neon refuses to go away, and this season shine bright like a diamond or just like a high vis jacket. Choose from all your favourite highlighter shades, and go wild.
Dress like you are attending a rave, or add a touch of neon to a tan coat for a touch of trend lead class.
This is a spill out from the western trend. Puffed sleeves and shoulders are a great statement, and an easy way to add a trend piece to a simple outfit.
This trend feels very Laura Ashley in the 1980s, ask your Mum. However, there is nothing dated about this trend.
2019 is the year that we start dressing in whatever we like. Clothing has no gendered labels inside, so it really doesn’t matter where it comes from.
We especially love ASOS’ collusion label, who are doing everything right.