It doesn’t feel like it, however spring has sprung! We, hopefully, should be shedding our winter layers and finally dusting off our lighter jackets. Now that lighter days and mildly sunny climates await, how do we make our wardrobe fit for spring?
Don’t be too quick to ditch those cable knits and darker tones just yet; we’ve come up with a few hints and tips to transform your winter wardrobe in to a fresh new style fit for spring.
If you’re looking for something bright to team with your darker items, pastel tones can be a great way to brighten up your look on those tricky drizzly British days. Lavender is making refreshing comeback and the cool crisp silk shirts from Everlane are versatile and offset darker tones perfectly. Match with a winter jumper and biker jacket for those chillier days or sunglasses and a spring coat on sunny days.
Embroidery, is it making a come back? Absolutely. Floral embroidery and design has made its way onto the runway and quickly filtered down in to the latest styles on the high street. Instead of buying a new shirt with an embroidered collar, why not give it a go at home? Rescue a tired winter jumper or the collar of a darker shirt with a bright and bold pattern. Not sure how? There are some amazing and surprisingly easy videos and tutorials out there. Here are a few of our favourite designs, stitches and a sneak peak of one of many tutorials available.
Mini Pini Movement
Yet another amazing excuse to invest in this amazing company, Lucy & Yak have created a great line of mini pinafore dresses, a variation of their fabulous dungaree range. This piece is so versatile, pair with a t shirt on those rare sunny spring days or team with that long sleeve jumper from your winter wardrobe. Our favourite is the mini pini in ash pink, the perfect spring shade for all complexions.
For more details, check out our full blog post: Revolution in Dungarees