CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HOUSE OF FRASER
With our definitive list of the seven things you need to invest in for the new season, you can concentrate on what’s really important – which is eating hot cross buns for a month straight, right? From pastel tailoring to statement accessories, here’s what to buy now, courtesy of House of Fraser…
Inject easy glam into your everyday wardrobe with statement gold earrings - mismatched hoops have cool-girl appeal, whilst architectural shapes add drama.
Update white denim by trading in skinnies for culottes and a wide leg. Tuck in slub tees and add kitten heels, or team with a higher heel and structured blazers for new season power dressing.
Dark florals are a transitional favourite, ideal with knits and boots now and silky camis come summer. Try this asymmetric style with white ankle boots and a soft lilac sweater.
Mules are now a bona fide style classic, and a glossy white finish puts a designer spin on the look. Style with cut-off denim and a white shirt to channel your inner fashion girl.
If you buy one thing this season, make it a two-piece suit - endlessly versatile, it’s the grown-up style that you can take straight from a business meeting to date night. Our top tip? Invest in neutral shades - this Linea offering will last you long past this season.
Last year saw the rise of the straw bag, and the countrified trend shows no sign of slowing down in 2018. Use for groceries now and beach days come summer.
Every designer brand worth knowing has created a muted pink blazer for spring, and this Mint Velvet style is the affordable way to nab the look. Ideal draped over evening dresses or denim, it’s the seasonal way to do layering.
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