The sun’s made an appearance (hooray!), which means it’s time for a wardrobe switch-up. Want to know what to wear right now? We’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the top five trends from the spring/summer catwalks to get on board with. Here’s our ultimate guide to the season’s key looks.
A full-on rainbow of colour splashed across the spring/summer 2020 catwalks with bold, vibrant shades of red and yellow and pink and green (we could go on, but you get the drift) confidently championed.
The best way to wear the trend is to mix and match – sticking to three colours max. If you’re not feeling quite so brave, just pick one statement piece.
Did someone say ice cream? Understated, chic and ultra wearable, soft, gelato-inspired shades are having a moment and we’re here for it. Slip into pistachio greens, strawberry pinks and yellow sorbet for a sweet sugar rush.
A tonal pastel look is your fast track to effortless cool when it comes to stylish events. If you’ve got just one pastel piece, make it really pop by keeping the rest of your colour palette neutral.
Many designers took inspiration from flora and fauna for their spring/summer collections, with earthy colours, back-to-nature florals, feathers and animal prints. Bring the outdoors into your wardrobe with our top picks for channeling the trend.
Natural hues teamed with similar toned animal prints make for an easy-chic ensemble. When choosing fabrics, soft cottons and light linens will see you right through to summer.
It will come as no surprise florals are in full bloom this season. Whether it’s ditsy buds or enormous blossoms, there’s nothing like a fresh botanical print to put a spring in your step.
You don’t have to go all out Chelsea Flower Show bright if you don’t want to; floral patterns on a dark background are a moodier way to work the trend.
This season’s sophisticated aesthetic is made up of clean lines, simple shapes and neutral shades. Think utility style jackets, fuss-free jumpsuits, sharp tailoring and basic separates. Less is more.
When it comes to putting a minimalist look together, opt for boxy cuts and A-line shapes to achieve a streamlined silhouette.