As we start to move from winter to spring, blossoms begin to bloom and the world is awash with colour. This is also happening in the fashion world, where we see more bright colours and bold prints flowing on to racks – here are a few of our in store and online finds.
Saint Genies Plus Tailored Blazer, $80.22 and Tailored Wide Leg Trouser, $66.85 from ASOS (left) and ASOS DESIGN Curve Pop Waisted Suit Blazer, $115.87 and Pop Slim Suit Trousers, $71.31 from ASOS (right).
Whether you go for separates with a pop of bright colour or you dive in with a matching two piece, these pieces are bound to make an impression at the office.
John Zack Plus Plunge Front Skater Dress, $111.42 from ASOS (left), ONLY Carmakoma Elastic Waist Frill Hem Skirt, $69.99 from Farmers (centre) and ASOS DESIGN Curve Francesca Cable Coatigan, $111.42 from ASOS (right).
Yellow is a very cheery colour and perfect to add a little sunshine to your outfit on a dreary day. While mustard ruled the wardrobe over autumn and winter, this yellow is brighter and more golden for the new season.
“Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking…” We’ve all heard the line from The Devil Wears Prada but there is something about floral prints in spring that catch our attention. There’s so many ways to do florals, whether they’re on a dark background or a bright one, make it your own. Maybe try something new with a stunning leaf print like the one we’ve featured here, which is part of a collab between Kiwi designer Steph from Isla Maree and radio personality Meg Annear.
It’s not just about florals though – we love all kinds of prints whether it’s something abstract, classic stripes or even poolside scenes, this is the season to be bold with your fashion choices and have fun.
We’re seeing a lot of blues at the moment and they come in all shades. Whether it’s turquoise or cobalt, a vivid blue or something neon, these blues won’t get you down.
Meagan Kerr also writes at This is Meagan Kerr.