Hi my loves, it’s been a little while since I showed you some of my favourite looks here on the blog, so I thought I’d share with you new, fresh styles for spring. Here are some of the pictures I took before the lockdown in London started, shot in my beautiful neighbourhood Notting Hill.
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of pink! These vibrant trousers are a real showstopper and I paired them with crisp whites for the spring season. As the pants are quite loose I chose a more fitted shirt and then a cool oversized blazer to complete this look. In keeping with the colour scheme, my cute mini Jacquemus is the perfect accessory to finish things off!
Brown is always on-trend and suits blondes particularly well! I’d always accessorise olive, brown or khaki colours with gold, as it brings out the warmth and makes the whole outfit look super chic. These gold Chanel earrings and the chain detail on my Bottega bag look like they were made for each other, wouldn’t you agree?!
I have so many blue outfits that I love and will be sharing a post with all of these very soon, but for now, I wanted to include one of my absolute favourites. For this look, I styled an assortment of blue shades which add a new dimension, from the sky blue jacket to the icey Cassette bag and turquoise heels. To soften the colour blocking, I added my sheer Nanushka pants, taking the look from office chic to fashion-forward in a matter of seconds.
Cream knitwear and some loose fitting denim are perfect for casual days at home or running errands. I prefer to smarten things up slightly so I added my favourite blue Louis Vuitton bag and some fun heels by Paciotti, the chain detail built into them means you don’t need to add any more jewellery to this look.
I’ve heard many people are scared to wear yellow because it can be such a difficult colour to style. But I don’t want you to be scared of it! It’s especially easy to style yellow trousers, as they don’t wash you out in the same way a shirt can. This cropped Nanushka jacket and Prada bowling bag give me happy countryside vibes, even in the middle of the city.
Last but not least, I love this Kate Spade shirt dress! It’s ideal for warm days and will take your wardrobe through from spring to summer, as it can be worn alone or layered with a pretty, feminine shirt underneath. Of course, I had to add a pop of colour with this cute orange bag!
Which outfit is your favourite? <3