Shopping for the high street's new hits will put a spring in your step
The catwalks delivered dark palettes, lashings of leather and gothic-inspired lace, so it is no surprise designers have done a 180 and lightened up for spring, reveals Lisa Haynes
It is nothing but a sunny outlook for the new season. Rejoice in sugary sweet pastels, fresh-as-a-daisy florals and rainbow metallics that will transform your wardrobe from drab to delightful.
If the weather isn't putting a spring in your step, then shopping for the high street's new hits will.
Easter is coming but you can get your sugar fix from the array of delectable shades fashion has to offer.
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Pick 'n' mix from the prettiest of pastel tones, ranging from peppermint green through to parma violet.
For maximum impact, parade your pastels top-to-toe. These shades work so well together you can mix and match different ice cream colours with ease like a knickerbocker glory.
Avoid looking sickly sweet by keeping your silhouette super-sleek and minimal with structured pieces. Try sweetening up your office look for spring with pastel suiting in powdery blue or pale pink.
Update your jeans drawer with pastel hues – the easiest way to access the look without looking like you have a sugar addiction.
The perennial print is blooming all over the high street once again like a wild meadow.
Blooms range from traditional ditsy petals to futuristic florals and single eye-catching buds.
Matchy-matchy floral suiting is a versatile buy for the new season. Wear together for a statement arrangement that will turn heads or tame the print, wearing your blazer and bottoms separately with plain colours.
Metallics have turned colourful for the summer of 2013. Think Quality Street wrapper-inspired jewel tones you might find glistening in the tin – green, purple, blue and orange.
Avoid head-to-toe creations and keep this lustrous clothing as one show- stopping piece. Leather is a cool fabric to pull off the trend and the matte texture will counteract the shine.