SPRING: THE LATEST FASHION

Fashion

08 September 2016

With our feet firmly planted in spring, we can look forward to all that the season has to offer including the items that will likely be at the top of your wardrobe wishlist.

FOR HER:

SHEATH DRESSES

Think tailored shift dresses that hug the body without clinging and are perfect for a summer lunch or office outfit.

MIDI-SKIRTS

Sitting half way between your knee and ankle, the midi skirt looks great either fitted or flared with a blouse tucked-in.

SHIRT DRESSES

For everyday chic, wear open over a singlet and skirt or wear buttoned and cinched at the waist with a thin belt for a night-out.

FLARES

For a retro-inspired look, go for a denim bell-bottom and tee, or for something a little more sophisticated try a culotte.

MAXI-DRESSES

Expect to see them with more of a boudoir feel featuring fabrics like silk and lace which when paired with a blazer make for a great special event outfit.

FOR HIM:

POLO SHIRTS

A timeless collared classic that will go with everything from chinos to denim.

JOGGERS

Halfway between being both athletic and street, joggers are great for the weekends with a casual tee.

TROPICAL PRINTS

More is more, think hawaiian prints, with palms and bold colours. A bit of fun but not for the faint-hearted.

PLAIN SPORTS TEES

A wardrobe staple and all round workhorse. Wear under a blazer with denim for a stylishly laidback dinner outfit.

TAPERED TROUSERS

If joggers are the casual street essential then these are the more formal alternative if made in drill or suiting fabric.

a / Culottes Jumpsuit from Glassons  b / Backpack from Strandbags  c / Sandals from Merchant   d / Midi skirt from Max  e /Sheath dress from Max  f / Lace Maxi from Glassons  g / Shirt dress from Just Jeans  h / Heels from Hannahs  i / Jogger pants from Jay Jays  j / Plain tee from Jay Jays  k / Sunglasses from Just Jeans l / Tapered chino from Hallensteins  m / Boat shoe from Merchant  n / Cap from Jay Jays o / Print shirt from Hallensteins

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