Things are looking colourful for the season ahead which will be sure to snap you out of the winter blues so if one of your resolutions is to update your wardrobe then take note of these upcoming trends which you can start investing in now. Stripes in candy hues is a great revamp of the classic print and this year come in varying thicknesses and can be seen on anything from skirts to accessories to keep options open.
Pastels remain ever-popular colour choices for spring dressing and this time round these beautiful sorbet shades are packing more of a style savvy punch in textured fabrics such as leather and lace. For a more intense look though, blue is the way to go next season so keep things ultra-cool in head-to-toe cobalt or subtle with a pair of heels.
Mindy Dress, £99.00 from Hobbs
Tribal inspired pieces can create interesting looks if you`re a fan of bold prints and patterns. Glam Amazonian warrior, layered fringing and Aztec designs will help you achieve global traveller chic plus, when worn correctly, can help create the illusion of curves or longer legs. Choose an investment piece such as a coat or dress to tackle this trend head on.
Dress, £100.00 from River Island
A fabric you wouldn`t necessarily associate with spring is leather but designers and high street brands have gone style crazy for the texture, including it in their latest collections, proving its versatility and worthy fashion credentials. Cast aside images of grungy rock inspired looks though as leather is showing its softer and more feminine side for next season. Say goodbye to classic black and welcome leather`s new colour palette which consists of pastel and buttery hues.
Mint Leather Zip Detail Skirt, £80.00 from Miss Selfridge
Florals have taken a more statement route with bold blooms replacing subtle prints so get ready to make a flower power impact! This pretty trend is still ultra girly but thanks to the use of vivid shades and big designs, the style feels slightly edgier. There are a variety of ways to introduce beautiful blooms into your spring wardrobe including a matchy-matchy two piece ensemble for the brave amongst us or teaming a floral piece with neutrals. Keep a look out for eye-catching accessories too!
Multi Blurry Floral Skorts, £38.00 from Topshop
Slogan garments made a fashionable impact for wardrobes across the country last year and are continuing their reign in 2014. Pick up a branded knit or standout accessory to keep the trend going and express yourself with clever word play.
Clutch Bag with Slogan Cross Stitch, £30.00 from ASOS.com
Of course over the next few weeks, more lust worthy trends will be making themselves known giving women hope that this ghastly weather will soon subside so you can show off your new spring buys!