With Spring coming to a close and summer firmly on its way, I thought I’d wrap up the season with a look book of my five favourite different looks that I have been wearing this Spring. You’ll recognise some of these from my outfit posts over the last few months and some have been styled a little differently.
My first look centres around the pastel trend. Pastel colour palettes are always big every spring and pieces that you buy now are sure to last you for years to come; these colours never go out of fashion.
If you don’t want to wear a full on pastel outfit then adding it to a plain black outfit is a good option, like in this post here.
My favourite colour this spring has to be lime. Its the first time since I was a child in the 90s that I have added it to my wardrobe and I’m so happy that I have. On my recent holiday, I wore this outfit with flip flops on the flight and it was so comfortable yet still looked chic enough for the airport lounge.
I reviewed the items in full in this post here if you like what you see in these photos!
This was the outfit that made me step out of my comfort zone this spring. So often I am told that women of my shape and size cannot wear horizontal stripes, but as soon as I saw the gorgeous coral in this dress, I knew that I couldn’t resist trying it out.
For a full post on this topic, check out the outfit post here.
This has to be the dress that you all have loved the most as it was so well received across my social media and on my blog. This is the Scarlett and Jo Black Mesh Insert Dress from Evans Clothing (now on sale!) paired with my Mel by Melissa Fresh Heart Peeptoe Flat Shoes.
This has to be the perfect dress for parties, events and dinners and it really speaks for itself. Simply pop on with a slick of red lipstick and some black shoes and you’re good to go.
You can check out my original post about this outfit, including a full review of the dress, albeit styled a little differently, here.
The final look is one that is ideal for colder spring days, you might remember it styled similarly here. Spring in Britain is very hit and miss when it comes to the weather which can make dressing difficult at the best of times. Opting for light layering pieces and a wrap poncho like this one from Monki is ideal because you can simply take it off if you get too warm or snuggle up if it gets a little chilly.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my five favourite outfits for spring. Let me know what yours were in the comments below!
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