Ah, Spring Trends – a topic I could talk about none-stop. Without a doubt, my favourite time of year for trends, patterns, silhouettes and each year I start wearing Spring fashion earlier and earlier. With this February’s early sunshine and week of mild temperatures, it seems like the perfect time to share my favourite spring trends both here and on YouTube (I just shared 7 Spring Trends & How To Wear them Now) and luckily for all of us, and our credit cards; one of Spring’s biggest trends is ultra wearable and there’s a pretty high chance you can wear it without having to buy a single new thing – hurrah!
The trend in question is beige. Yep, as simple as they come, this year we will see the classic tone being worn head to toe, as seen on the catwalks last September for brands such as Tom Ford, Balmain, and the obvious Max Mara and Burberry. The latter of which redesigned their classic trench coat in no less than 50 shades of beige – the ultimate investment piece.
I speak a LOT about how it’s worth investing in classic, timeless pieces, and saving on trends, but this particular trend is one which will work with your wardrobe for eternity, and the great news is that the shops are already filled with timeless designs. If you’ve never invested in a classic beige or camel coat, now’s your opportunity – choose wisely and it’s a piece you’ll get wear from in many years to come.
While the temperatures are still fairly fresh, I’ve chosen some lovely layering pieces and warm fabrics to wear the Beige trend. This outfit that I wore last week includes a dreamy beige suede jacket – warm and stylish, smart and casual – it’s the ultimate versatile piece. I opted for my moss green leggings to be comfortable yet chic, and a pair of cream pointed toe mules as a flattering yet comfortable finish to the look. The blouse is a beautiful designer inspired piece, a bow neckline gives me all the Chloe vibes! I accessories with my Chloe Tess bag, Aspinal sunglasses, rings by Monica Vinader and Missoma earrings.
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