Finally, spring is officially here. It seems the shops are as keen to usher in the season as we are, and they’ve already been stocking the top trends. We’re so happy to see a shift in countless
new-in sections. Instead of being dominated by heavy coats and chunky boots, we’re now seeing lightweight frocks, linen fabrics and straw accessories come into bloom. However, there are three brands that seem to be leading the spring style pack: & Other Stories, H&M and Warehouse.
Jessica Skye in a sweater and jeans from & Other Stories.
Handkerchief hems help balance out petite frames.
Yes, 2019’s take on the straw bag involves circle shapes.
Because who doesn’t need another pair of strappy sandals in their life?
These earrings will make all your wardrobe basics work harder.
There’s also a matching pair of tonal trousers, too.
Just add jeans and loafers.
Love berets? Take them into summer too.
White and beige denim are all the rage right now.
Wear with a cotton blouse and square-toed mules.
It’ll look just as good with trainers as it will chic heels.
H&M’s sellout pink blazer has been reissued in sunny yellow.
We couldn’t believe it’s £50 either.
Monikh has already added this bargain bracelet to her wish list on Insta stories.
This dress could be Ganni. Yes, it’s that good.
Chic heels for under £20? Sold.
This bag will look the part on the beach as well as in the city.
Tortoiseshell sunglasses always look luxe.
It’s all about the puffy sleeves this season. Note: Just add jeans and sliders.
Now is the time to pick up the best swim pieces.
Cargo trousers are a trend to try out this season. Keep them simple with classic shirts and vest tops.
The perfect wedding guest look has arrived.
Face prints took off in 2018, but they’re still dominating the high street this season, too.
Wear these with a white shirt for work.
We can just imagine this with a straw hat and oversized beach bag.
Zebra print is key and this beaded beauty will see you through every summer soirée.
Broderie is an essential finish to own.
Finally—turn-up jeans that actually look chic.
The easiest way to inject leopard print into your wardrobe is with a sophisticated midi skirt.
This swimsuit could easily be designer.
If in doubt, a wrap dress is always a good idea.
Now, check out the six colours Zara really wants you to wear this spring…
Opening Image: @monikh