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Editor's Picks: Spring Must-Haves

Author Editor - 1 minute read

We may still be a little way off yet the warmer season but we’re already looking forward to the longer days - and nights spent drinking cocktails as the sun goes down.

The new season calls for a new wardrobe and we’re opting for brighter colours, fresh takes on classic prints and modern hemlines and shapes.

Spring, we're ready when you are…

Fresh blooms

This season, despite Spring calling for brighter colours, we’re taking a darker route with our florals. Allowing hints of red and blue to pop against the navy background, our Eloise print is perfect for transitioning between the seasons.

Mellow yellow

Adding a hint of something brighter will lift your mood with these dark mornings. Because hey, Spring may not be too far off, but the clocks haven’t changed just yet.

Mellow yellow is our go-to. An ode of summer days to come. Is it too early for Aperol?

The new slogan

Our ‘Cherie’ tee was a hit with influencers and press alike, so this season, we’ve got something new up our sleeve. ‘Jolie’ is our latest obsession – we’re planning on wearing this with high-waisted, wide-legged trousers whilst enjoying a glass of wine in Paris.

For when the sun sets

We’re under no illusion then when Spring and Summer eventually arrive, we’ll never be able to put our lightweight jackets away completely. Thank you, great British weather.

Instead, we’re opting for something that is perfect for throwing over your shoulders when the sunsets, but also perfect over a lightweight knit.

Seeing red

Command attention and update your workwear in one clean swoop – there’s a new suit on the block and it’s 100% up your street. Bold in colour, sleek is shape, our Sundae Suiting just got a serious upgrade.

Stripes – but reinvented

Mix and match your prints for a bold take on the classic stripe, or opt to be daring and have a play around with colour. The more they clash, the better.