Spring Style – what I am loving this season!

Spring is a long time coming this year but I am looking forward to warmer days and being able to put the winter coat away to make way for lighter jackets and summer frocks.

So what will I be wearing this season, I love colour and there was definitely a lot of it on the runways for Spring/Summer.

One shade that is everywhere is yellow in all of its various shades – not an easy colour to wear but there is a shade for everyone. From the palest primrose to vibrant mustard you can find one to suit you.  If you feel it is a bit too much then why not go for a yellow scarf or blouse instead of a full on outfit?

Yellow is the hot colour and such a sunny shade. I love this Chanel jacket and skirt – vintage hunt begins.


The ultimate print that never seems to go out of style – wear it in so many ways – a scarf, blouse or hunt for a fabulous dress that can be dressed up or down for any occasion.


Every one should have at least one piece of this classic print in their wardrobe.


All over the runway and a great look – go for the classic style in khaki – wear it with heels taking your lead from classic Carrie Bradshaw or make it edgy trainers.

Ultimate work wear – the boiler suit. 

Do you dare wear neon?  80’s classic colours are bold and bright.  It can be a bit scary to wear an all over bold shade but you add a pop of colour to your neutrals – a pair of shoes or a scarf or add a bright jacket over you basic T-Shirt and jeans.



One look I love and is perfect for spring for days when you still need a jacket – the over sized 80’s style is a fabulous way to add a layer if you need it.  I am on the hunt for a few more vintage blazers that I can throw on over my jeans, dress it up with a pleated skirt. They are perfect over a dress worn with a chunky belt.



I love oversize jackets – on the hunt for some more in bright shades for this season.

For when the heat turns up and the sun shines I will be wearing a the ultimate in summer dresses is the prarie dress – every summer the high street is full of this style but go for a classic vintage 70s version and stand out from the crowd.



Don’t buy from the high street go for a fabulous vintage version of this trend.

Follow what I wear throughout the coming months on my Instagram feed.  Coming soon is my mini capsule wardrobe challenge – I will be choosing 10 pieces from my existing wardrobe, then mixing and matching them to create outfits for one week in May.  Showing you that capsule wardrobes don’t have to be in dull boring neutral colours.

What are your favourite looks for Spring??

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