6 Fashion tips for the spring you

When I come across amazing styling not only in the interiors, but fashion as well, I am automatically getting fast heart bit and my stomach has butterflies! Yes, you guessing right1 I am falling a little with love! Especially when it comes to amazing collaboration for a fashion magazine!I just loved the collar between Photographer Troyt Coburn and Stylist Kate Harrowsmith for a Marie Claire Australia! is just perfect! 

Spring time, when a young man's fancy starts to turn to romance and the women put away the dowdy winter weather gear that is designed to keep them warm, if not always fashionable. It's time to get out that spring wardrobe and make the best use of it! In case you lack an item, many of the pieces that are mentioned below can can be purchased on a budget thanks to JCPenney  and many other special deals , so if you're committed to looking your best this spring without hurting your wallet it is certainly possible. Read on to learn more about the spring fashion!

1. Lose The Layers

The best part about spring is getting to tuck all of your cold weather clothes away and starting the process of shedding layers. However, you can still add a layer of intrigue to your outfits with the proper choices. One of the biggest trends for this spring is the omnipresence of sheer fabrics, so if you are looking to spice up your wardrobe this time of the year, be sure to add a sheer skirt or dress into the mix. 

2. Change Your Tone

The winter time is great for more muted tones and conservative colours, but once spring has sprung, it's time to let the pastels out to play and put the heavy winter colours away! Set the black and grey off to the side and break out the soft pastels, the caramels and the creams. Use grey colours to offset the brightness of the pastels for a more complete look. 

3. Floral Patterns

Since springtime is known as the time of rebirth, when everything is blooming and the flowers are returning, it only makes sense to wear floral patterns. Floral fabrics and warmer weather tend to go perfectly together. A pretty floral dress will offer you a more classic look, but don't forget to pair your floral patterns with, for example, some stripes so that you can also maintain a more trendy appearance. 

4. Blazer – Perfect Every Time

The blazer is a handy addition to the wardrobe of any woman who is regularly placed in business casual environments and once the winter coat is no longer necessary, it makes for wonderful office wear. A tailored blazer immediately transforms any boring office look, while a cream or white one is absolutely perfect for spring. If you need the perfect piece to pull together an otherwise blant outfit, look no further than the blazer!

5. Don't Forget About Sandals

The warm weather will make you want to air out your tootsies a bit and when you want something a tad more casual, yet still classy, you can't ever go wrong with some strapped sandals. Those who enjoy combining neutral and pastel colours can add a pair of tan sandals to complement their outfit. They instantly add a touch of spring to any outfit choice you're considering! You may have thought footwear isn't very important and nobody really looks at it much, but you'd be surprised – it should always reflect any seasonal change. 

6. The right accessories.

This is also important! Getting the right hardback or scarf can really change the way you look. I have little obsession with expensive handbags lately! I must admit! I love this preowned Chanel handbag and I would do anything to have it! Normally I wouldn’t be able to afford it and I think, buying of eBay I would be too scared to be scammed. Buying in normal store… This is just impossible! Buying in stores like Xupes definitely can be helpful if you after the real thing but cheaper, and don;t mind pre-paned items!

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*Collaborative content but opinion is entirely my own


  1. I love blazers and florals for spring, I have been rocking my spring wardrobe for weeks now even if the UK weather doesn't agree with it lol

  2. I really need to invest in some more floral patterns and delicate colours for my wardrobe, it's so easy to stay wearing black! Wish I had the guts to dye my hair!

  3. I love my blazers and I think spring is my favourite fashion season. Definitely going to be going with the florals as well.

  4. I do love a blazer, but I really need to work some lighter colours into my work wardrobe - thanks for the inspiration!


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