Spring Must Have Fashion 2015

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Fashion week is in full flow and we’ve been inspired by the catwalks for the must-haves for spring. This season is all about celebrating wearing a little less layers than winter, and having fun with it. Have a deep cleanse of your wardrobe and a good old spring-cleaning to make way for the ideal spring collection. Many of these items are classic pieces that you’ll be able wear again next spring, and layer up or down throughout the year so you make the most of your wardrobe. Check out our spring must have fashion pieces for 2015.

British TV host Alexa Chung dons a short denim smock dress as she strolls in New York's East VillageDenim dress

Denim is here to stay this spring not only as a pair of jeans, but also as the dress. There are plenty of different style denim dresses so you can find the perfect one to suit your figure. Team up your denim dress with your favorite boots and a leather jacket for a rocky spring day look. A denim dress also works wonders with sky-high heels and bare legs for a night on the town. A denim dress can be worn in summer with fewer layers, and can also be warmed up for winter with plenty of layering.

Classic trench coatIMG_0894

If you haven’t yet invested in a trench coat already, now is your moment. The classic trench will help you battle through the April showers looking sophisticated and stylish. A tan trench coat will be a great piece to have in your wardrobe for the slightly warmer months of the year when you still need a small layer. Giving every woman instant style and a feminine flare as a trench flatters you at the waist.

Menswear style flats

You’ll be pleased to know that comfortable shoes are right on trend this spring, From sandals, to trainers, to smart brogues, and loafers, we’ve been inspired by the men this time around. This is great news to all you sneaker heads out there. Menswear style shoes are strong and modern, offering you extreme comfort combined with style.

Striped shirtIMG_0897

This classic top can be rotated throughout the year, making the perfect must have for any wardrobe. The striped t-shirt or long sleeve can be styled with everything from a pleated skirt on a warm spring day, to your favorite pair of blue skinnies on the weekend. If ever in doubt of what to wear, reach for the striped shirt for the timeless and trendy look.

Pastel colors

When spring arrives, we start to reach for the lighter colors in our wardrobe due to the associations with new life and fresh beginnings. Pastel colors are in this spring, from pastel blues to lilacs. Yellow is especially in this spring. This particular hue looks great for making a statement, and gives a dull outfit life with a pop of color.

Statement skirt

Stand out and make a statement with your skirt. Asymmetrical, tiered or wrap, there are plenty of styles out there for you to pick from. Long or short, it’s all about the patterned skirts or bright pastel colors. Team up with a t-shirt for casual days, or a blouse and loafers for work.

White jeansIMG_0896

White jeans are most commonly associated with summer, but they’ve come in early this year. You can wear white jeans in the colder months also teamed up with your favorite big knit and thick boots. For spring, it’s all about teaming them up with a floral shirt and your menswear style flats. White jeans give a stylish twist and change to your dark or blue jeans, giving your look a fresh finish.

Boho tunic

This spring and summer you’ll be able to embrace your inner hippy chick. 70s fashion is making a come back, and boho tunics will be a must have in your wardrobe. They can be dressed down with jeans and sandals, or spruced up with smart boots and black jeans. You’ll want a 70’s piece in your wardrobe this SS15, be it a flowing maxi skirt or boho cotton blouse.

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By Pearl Whitehead

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