21st March 2019
As temperatures slowly begin to rise, these top picks will ease you into a new season in style.
When it comes to spring fashion, knits get lighter, prints get brighter and shades get warmer. Whether you’re swapping your chunky jumper for a light cardigan or ditching the dark denim for a floaty midi skirt, it’s time to make way for new shapes and styles this season.
Constantine Tziambazis, Sales Manager at Harvey Nichols, advises: “We all know that spring weather can be quite temperamental so choose pieces that you can layer – a thin-knit jumper, midi-skirt and boots are perfect on those chillier days, while T-shirt, jeans and a light, tailored jacket can work as the temperatures rise. It’s also the perfect time of the year to experiment with some of this season’s bold colour trends, so add a splash of neon or statement brights.”
And upgrading your wardrobe for a new season doesn’t necessarily mean undergoing a drastic overhaul, the key to success is investing in the right pieces and working around them to suit your own personal style. Take a look at a few of our new-in favourites:
Essential Single Breasted Trench Coat, £290, Tommy Hilfiger
It’s no secret that British weather is unpredictable, so play it safe this spring with a timeless trench coat, this Tommy Hilfiger piece is light enough to wear on warmer days but also very practical. With adjustable cuff straps and a sophisticated belt, this Tommy Hilfiger piece is a classic.
Stella McCartney Falabella Mini Faux Suede Shoulder Bag, £540, Harvey Nichols
Ditch the bulky oversized tote and instead opt for something a little more manageable this season. Keep your daily essentials safe in this cute Falabella shoulder bag which is made from soft faux leather with chain detailing and will soon become your new go-to handbag.
Montana Red Sail Print Silk Tea Dress, £295, L.K. Bennett
Step into spring the right way in an elegant tea dress. This best-selling L.K. Bennett piece is available in a variety of different colours and prints depending on your chosen occasion, just add a small leather clutch and some gold accent earrings to switch up your look.
Michi Red Ribbed Top, £75, L.K. Bennett
Embrace the colour combination of the season in this ribbed tee with stripe detailing. Whether you’re upgrading your formal attire or pairing with a midi skirt and trainers at the weekend, this soft tee will add a vivid pop of colour.
Bec & Bridge Midnight Dance Olive Satin Midi Skirt, £150, Harvey Nichols
We can’t get enough of the satin midi trend and this Bec & Bridge number is no exception to the rule. This elegant piece can be dressed up with strappy heels and a blouse or layered with a chunky knit and longline jacket for those cooler days.
Drawstring-waist Cady Trousers, £180, Emporio Armani
Nail the athleisure trend with a pair of drawstring trousers paired with trainers and a tee or sweatshirt for a stylish off-duty feel. These Emporio Armani Cady Trousers are ideal for travelling, as they’ve been designed to adjust to fit the waist perfectly without feeling tight or uncomfortable when you’re on the go.
Valentino Garavani Runner camouflage-print trainers, £525, Harvey Nichols
If you’re always on the go, a good pair of trainers is essential. Statement shoes are everywhere at the moment, and these bold Valentino’s have been crafted with a fine combination of suede and rock stud detailing to give your feet some pizzazz.
THE FINISHING TOUCH
Scarf, £175, Paul Smith
This vibrant Paul Smith scarf is made from high-quality silk fabric with intricate detailing and hand-stitched edges to take your casual look to the next level.
Featured image credit: Tommy Hilfiger SS19