Sarah Corbett-Winder’s Favourite Spring Buys

Sarah Corbett-Winder’s Favourite Spring Buys

From baseball caps to dungarees, floral dresses to sporty trainers, we love stylist Sarah Corbett-Winder’s eclectic and experimental style. From the accessories she loves, to the statement pieces that have caught her eye, we asked her to share what’s on her spring fashion wish list this season.

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I am so excited for spring and to dress in things that really spark joy. This season, I’m all about fun – and especially gingham. I’ve created an edit of pieces that all work well together, which essentially makes me want all of them in my wardrobe.

I’m a serious fan of suits, and I’m loving this gingham design, which is very flattering. Wear it with a white tee or a big-collar shirt with loafers. It would also look good worn as separates, which is why I love suits even more. 

Nike Daybreaks are without doubt my favourite trainers, and I'm loving these softer colours for spring. Great with floral dresses, suits, denim, not only do they look good, they’re also seriously comfortable – they’ll definitely put a spring in your step.

This is such a chic, oversized shape, and it'll look great worn with loafers or trainers. I’ll be pairing it with a gingham bag – I think more is more this season.

I love the statement this necklace makes – wear it with plenty of other gold pieces and don’t be afraid to layer up.

Consider this the spring version of those knitted vests you’ve seen everywhere. Great worn over a floral or white dress, I also love the idea of wearing it layered over a striped boyfriend shirt, or just over a white tee with jeans.

The fabric and colour of this bag make me so happy – it’s the perfect spring pick-me-up. It's also the ideal size.

How amazing is this? I love the houndstooth and frayed edges. I’d wear it over a big-collar shirt with ballet flats, a striped shirt with trainers, or a knitted tee and blazer with loafers. I also love the idea of wearing it with a short-sleeved polo neck layered over an oversized white shirt and denim jacket. It’s a fun piece – but one you’ll get plenty of wear from.

I love dresses and this print is so pretty. A blazer and a navy knit worn over your shoulders would look great with this.

This is a fab spring knit – the kind that’s warm enough but not too warm. The colour is so cheerful, too. Just remember to front tuck it.

The shape and colour of these loafers make them look so expensive. I’ll be wearing them with long dresses, suits and wide-leg trousers.

Big collars aren't going anywhere this season, and of course, I’m loving this gingham take on the trend. Pair it with dungarees, jeans or wide-leg trousers and loafers.

I’m never without a silk scarf. I love wearing them with a white tee and plenty of gold jewellery. You can get your initials embroidered on this, too.

Trenches are a spring hero, and I love the simplicity and colour of this one. Great worn over a suit, a floral dress or an all-denim outfit, wearing it around your shoulders looks really chic, too. It’s a forever piece.

I love the colour of these – there’s no outfit you couldn’t wear them with.

I used to prefer small hoops, but I’ve recently upgraded to larger designs – they’re way more fun. These are a good size, and can be worn with anything.

Oversized shirts are a staple in my wardrobe, so it’s hardly a surprise I’m loving this striped situation. Lovely with ecru and tan accessories, it could also be fun teamed with a gingham bag – remember, more is more!

I admit, I thought caps were just for winter until I saw this one. I love them worn with floral dresses or even a more boyish look.

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