Spring Summer 18 – The Trends You Need to Know

Post by Louise Horsburgh On 28 February 2018

It’s hard to believe its March already, especially when I look out of the window to see a thick layer of white snow covering everything and anything, with no signs of stopping. It might have been the coldest February on record, for the last 27 years but I am more than ready to take off the winter boots and pack away the padded coats in exchange for sandals and a denim jacket – I’m sure I’m not the only one feeling this way, right? So lets forget about the minus degrees outside and talk Spring trends!

Gelato Sundaes

Pastels are always a great choice for Spring and this season its all about gelato hues – think mints, lilacs and sherbet oranges or mix together to create a real sundae.

Harris Wharf Coats and DVF Cropped Faux Fur Jacket

Charli Cashmere Sweater

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bold Colour Blocking

For those not a fan of a pastel palette, not to worry, bright and bold primary colours are just as fabulous this Spring. Whether you want just a flash or are feeling confident to go head-to-toe in one shade or clash more than one, we have got you covered.

See Sarah’s top new season picks – This cropped peacoat by Harris Wharf London in lipstick red is an ideal piece for adding colour to your wardrobe and looks great with denim.

Harris Wharf London Cropped Peacoat

Bella Freud 1970s Rainbow Cashmere

J Brand Joan Wide Leg Culotte

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Breezy

Relaxed tailoring is a great style for a chic daywear look and new brand Smythe have some wardrobe essentials that we know you’ll love! A relaxed trench, styled with a balloon sleeve crisp white shirt, boyfriend jeans and trainers are  a go-to outfit!

Smythe Raglan Trench

Smythe Balloon Sleeve Blouse

J Brand Johnny Boy Fit Jean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winning Embellishments

Think marabou feathers, sequin and embroidered dresses. Helmut Lang and Fabiana Filippi have used marabou feathers to create luxe, basic tees. Dries van Noten show us that sequin dresses are not just for Winter by combining them with Spring pastels to create an almost mermaid-inspired, stunning dress.

Fabiana Filippi Feather Top

Dries van Noten Sequin Dress

Talbot Runhof Embellished Denim Dress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which trend is your favourite? Comment below!

 

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