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Thick sweaters, chunky footwear, head-to-toe sweatsuits… the emotional weight of the past year has been reflected in its fashion trends. By contrast, spring represents a move away from all that, with an emphasis on seasonal, neutral colours and soft, flowing fabrics instead. Consider it a luxe take on boho chic – think broderie blouses and tiered tops offset by relaxed tailoring and contemporary details. Naturally, a light cotton top probably won’t cut it in the early months of spring, so be sure to indulge in separate neutral layers to help your wardrobe transition.
Neutral shades make up the bulk of the spring trends, but there’s plenty of room for some colour, too. Prairie pink, cornflower blue and pistachio green are this season’s more contemporary additions to the usual palette – just pair with blue denim or classic cream separates for a fun twist.
From textured cardigans and sweaters to cashmere skirts and ribbed dresses, a fresh influx of knitwear will elevate your spring look, whatever the weather. Expect a few hangovers from last season – like collared midis, matching knitted two-pieces and appliqué finishes – but with a new direction. Fashion girls will wear these pieces with bronzed skin and copious amounts of mismatched gold jewellery.
Gold is in this spring like never before. Hoops are taking on all forms, from the chunky chain designs of seasons past, to a thinner, more feminine take we haven’t seen for a while. Similarly, embellished shoes continue to dominate the footwear scene. These are the little details that will tie your spring capsule wardrobe together – we suggest investing in one great gold addition, and wearing it with everything.
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