15 Mar

Snow’s over and Spring is definitely on the horizon, judging by all the pretty little flowers popping up everywhere anyway. I am still wearing my duvet coat for the school run so Spring is definitely not quite in the air yet. However I am more than fed up with winter fashion and my attention is definitely now on what’s trending for Spring Summer. I am totally over anything chunky, grey or black.

I love Spring, it’s definitely the prettiest season. This is not only evident in all the spring blossoms, daffodils and tulips, pretty pinks. Forals and lavender are also being injected into this seasons new collections. Everyday I have something new popping up in my inbox. My favourite high street stores are currently & Other Stories and H&M and their Spring, Summer edit has not failed to impress. H&M specifically (who seemed to nail AW17. Did anyone else find themselves buying so much from H&M over winter?) Florals and pinks aside, there are also quite a few lovely red pieces at H&M this season. Not bright red, which i’m not really a fan of unless on a lip or nail, but a more subtle orangy-red, or toned down with white embroidery. There is also a rather lovely long line trench, that comes in red, navy or dogtooth. It really reminds me of my beautiful Lucie trench by Acne I got for my birthday last year. (No style-statement in comparison, or in terms of quality or design, but at £39.99 it’s a really affordable alternative.)

A few other styles I have recently spotted, some I have already purchased in anticipations for warmer days. This ruffle summer knit from Other Stories was love at first sight. I have a feeling this will be on rotation with cropped denim and midi skirts all summer long. I am also in love with anything Three Graces.

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