Let's talk about trends! With a new season comes new colours, new shapes, accessories and textures! There's some I love, some i've never tried, and some that I won't dare to try... Which one is your favourite?
Belt | River Island (similar)
Black Bag | Zaful* (similar)
Tights | Primark (similar)
Black Sock Boots | Ebay (similar)
The 1980's Stripes and Frills
From girly frilled sleeve jumpers, to girly pinstriped blouses and frill-neck shirts, you name it, the high street has it. Girly girls, eat your heart out! Wear with kick flared jeans, sock boots and beachy waves to really nail the 80s frills trend - no accessories needed.
The Lace Up Skirt
Yes you guessed it, these a-line skirts with lace up detailing are set to be huge for Spring/Summer, and I couldn't be happier! Invest in a darker colour to match everything in your wardrobe, or nail the nude trend and go all-out blush pink for a super girly Spring look.
Following on from last year, embroidery is back again for another season. Keep an eye out for embroidered florals on sheer tops and dresses, and layer with an opaque bralet and a black mini skirt! I truly can't wait to bag myself a few new embroidered pieces this upcoming season... Check out some of my favourite embroidered pieces here, here and here!
The Cut Out Tee
From cold shoulder tops, to choker tops and off the shoulder, all three are back and bigger than ever... And what's a better way to spice up your basic tee's than by showing a little extra flesh once it gets warmer? In Winter i've been investing in tons of cut-out jumpers, but now Spring is fast approaching, I'm going to start buying tons of thinner basic long sleeve tees, sheer blouses and pastel knits. Check out the super cute choker top i'm wearing in this post here.
Now I don't know about you guys, but I've been loving this Insta-led trend recently. Blogging queens like Sarah Ashcroft, Ruby Fairs and Layla Panam, as well as King Kylie have all nailed the trend, but would you dare to? I've picked out a few of my favourite nude pieces for you all to drool over here, and here.