With winter (almost) behind us and spring firmly in our sights, it’s time to give your wardrobe a welcome reboot. With so many tempting new goodies on offer, we’ve picked six spring/summer 2017 trends guaranteed to re-energise you – and your wardrobe – for spring.
Elha Shoes, £85
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With the spring/summer 2017 catwalks awash with every iteration of pink you can imagine, from delicate blush to vibrant fuchsia, it’s time to embrace Barbie’s favourite hue. If head-to-toe feels too Jackie O, a rich camel, navy or khaki will cut through saccharine shades.
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Topshop, at Bentalls
Gucci included them in its Resort collection and the French street-style set were all sporting them at the shows, which can only mean one thing: kitten heels are back. From classic black to two-tone slingbacks, they’re the perfect day-to-evening style – and an elegant way to step into spring.
Kurt Geiger, at Bentalls
Archer Blue Shoe, £65
Contrast Mid Heel D’orsay Shoes, £19.99
From logo tees to slogan sweats, there’s never been a better time to show off your brand allegiance or make a statement. Wear this Mango version with a pair of cropped jeans and a tailored blazer for a look that says smart with an edge.
Mango, at Bentalls
Message T-shirt, £15.99
This season, good things come in small packages. Enter the micro-bag. Practical, it may not be – but who cares when it looks this cute. Pick a style with a long gold chain or leather strap that you can sling across the body or swing from your hand. Or add a tiny bag to your normal cross-body (à la Céline), if travelling light is a struggle.
Kate Spade, at Bentalls
Cameron Street Mini Candace, £268
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Floral Buckle Mini Bag, £89
The staple cotton shirt has been elevated to star status for spring, with a host of interesting twists and playful details. Think asymmetric hems, statement sleeves and contrasting collars and cuffs. Wear yours with a waist-defining belt, hanging off one shoulder, or even back to front. Anything goes.
Gingham Puffy Sleeve Blouse, £27.99
Seen in multiple guises (pointed or rounded toes, eye-catching prints, bold colours), the deep-V-neck heel has been making in-roads on the catwalks for a couple of seasons now. Plus, the cut dramatically elongates your legs, whether you’re wearing wide-leg trousers or a miniskirt.
Miss Selfridge. at Bentalls
White Closed Toe Backless Mules, £39