Maybe it was Fashion Week’s influence, but there’s only one thing on our minds right now – shopping! The stores are filling up fast with new season collections – which at first can seem a little overwhelming. So, here’s our definitive list of all the key trends for Spring and Summer 2014. Happy shopping!
An essential for any wardrobe and a classic item you’ll wear this season and next – there’s never been a better time to invest in a structured shirt. Worn with a pencil skirt and heels to the office Victoria Beckham style, or at the weekend with boyfriend jeans and Marc Jacobs’ pumps – a crispy white Oxford shirt is your new best friend this Summer. Seen at: Victoria Beckham, Prabal Gurung, Alexander McQueen
You know Spring is just around the corner when it’s finally time to swap your winter coat for a lighter leather jacket. For Summer 2014, make sure that jacket is in a pretty pastel shade such as lilac, mint-green, sky-blue or lemon-yellow. Seen at: Burberry, Balmain,
Let’s face it fashion should be fun – and shopping is most definitely mood boosting! So, after a long cold winter of wearing boring black, there’s no better time to pick up a cheery printed dress or shirt covered in colourful artist’s strokes. Prada’s arty influence is already being seen in high-street stores such as Zara and Topshop – making it easier to see if this hot new graphic trend will suit you before making a more serious investment. Seen at: Chanel, Prada, Jill Sander
Wide leg trousers
Add a touch of flair to your wardrobe with a super-chic pair of wide leg trousers. Ideally in flowing silk, they will add a floaty, feminine feel to your work wardrobe and look great teamed with a blazer and heels when you really want to dress to impress. Seen at: BCBG Max Azria, Rochas, Bottega Veneta
Shift style silhoutette
One popular style that you may already have in your wardrobe is the shift dress – distinguished by its boxy and oversized shape. This trend is also being seen in jackets – which look great with skinny jeans or slim fit trousers to flatter your figure. Seen at: Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang, Topshop
Dressed to the ’90s
Channel your inner ’90s supermodel by wearing a spaghetti strap camisole top or dress. An effortless and simple style of dress – the ’90s trend doesn’t stop there. The more forward thinking fashionista should also consider cropped tops worn with high waisted jeans. Seen at: Celine, Alexander Wang, Stella McCartney
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