Scrolling through Instagram and checking out #ootd posts is one of my favourite ways to get outfit ideas. If you’re looking for a little wardrobe inspiration for the week look no further than some of the world’s top fashion bloggers…
A tonal look makes a stylish impact. Team it with minimal accessories to keep it looking chic.
You can never go wrong with a bright pop of colour, especially when it comes in the form of a statement shoe.
Accessories are front and centre again so don’t be afraid to experiment with some bold ear candy to give your look a modern update.
Pyjama dressing is one trend that’s been an unexpected hit. Try a pyjama-inspired dress for an easy to wear take on this trend.
Wearing bold prints from head to toe is not for the faint hearted but when you keep it in the same family like this chevron print it instantly becomes all the more wearable.
Pair unexpected colours like this rust and terracotta combination for a look that is on trend.
Mix and match textures such as satin and denim to give an outfit an added level of interest.
The classic white shirt is always a wardrobe staple but why not experiment with how you wear it? You could try buttoning it all the way through, simply rolling up the sleeves or tying it in a knot a la Camille Charrière.
Wide leg pants are definitely one trend to watch out for this season. Incorporate it into your wardrobe with a pair of simple black slacks or alternatively embrace this silhouette in a printed pattern or vibrant colour.
Sunglasses are one of my fave ways to give an outfit a different spin. Mirrored lenses, a cat-eye or round frame, or embellishment or just some of the ways in which you can make your sunnies a talking point.
Slides are going to have quite a presence during spring/summer so add a pair to your wardrobe now. You could opt for something simple or have some fun and embrace a pair with a unique finish like this pair with gilded buckles.
Don’t forget the denim skirt this season. A simple A-line silhouette will definitely get a workout during the warmer months.