It’s time to wave goodbye to your winter wardrobe and say hello to floral prints and pastel shades as spring is officially here! From smart wear through to statement accessories and jackets, take a look at our must-have spring essentials to keep your style on trend.
If you like a smart look that shows off your style credentials, you will love the new range available at Zara. The spring collection offers a wonderful array of pastels, florals and contrast prints, including these flowing floral trousers. For gents, take a look at the variety of vintage-inspired flowery shirts available at Zara Man.
Disorder, Needless Alley
Got a spring wedding coming up and want a dress you can wear on more than one occasion? Visit Disorder, the award-winning independent boutique that stocks a range of unique styles to suit everyone. The kimono-inspired wrap dress and the ocean breeze dress are our favourites.
Liquor Store, Great Western Arcade
Stocking an eclectic mix of vintage and next generation brands, including Champion and Palace, you won’t be disappointed by the choice available at Liquor Store. For a piece that combines versatility and on-trend colour, this Fjällräven Kânken backpack is a must-buy.
Michael Kors, Bullring
Keep your fingers crossed for sunshine and add effortless glamour to any outfit with the range of sunglasses at Michael Kors – the Kendall II Sunglasses are a handbag essential. Take a look at the luxurious suede bags and sandals to complete your look.
Autograph, Ethel Street
Worn by A-list celebrities including Daniel Craig and Brad Pitt, Autograph stocks big designer labels, including Alexander Wang and Paul Smith, as well as a range of unique brands such as Neuw and Qasimi. Keep your style on point with a lightweight jacket – perfect for the warmer months ahead.
Steel & Jelly, Grand Central
Walk to work with a spring in your step with one of these floral patterned ties from Steel & Jelly. With everything the stylish gentleman could want, don’t forget to explore Steel & Jelly’s selection of blazers, shirts and chinos.
Urban Outfitters, Corporation Street
For a laid-back 90s look, Urban Outfitters ‘mom jeans’ tick all the right boxes. We also love the bohemian tops and floaty off-the-shoulder dresses. Stocking a range of shirts and jackets to keep your style on trend this spring, be sure to check out the men’s vintage section!
Onu, Burlington Arcade
Love designer? Love Onu. With a range of clothing from some of the biggest designer brands including Versace, Stone Island and Armani Jeans, there’s plenty to keep your inner-fashionista happy at Onu. To complete a chic look, check out the spring inspired handbags.
Tommy Hilfiger, Mailbox
All aboard! Step out in style with Tommy Hilfiger’s nautical inspired footwear. With styles for both men and women, the Nubuck Moccasins are our top pick. Our spring wardrobe essential is a trench coat; take a look at Tommy Hilfiger’s great range of coats available in a variety of colours.
Wrap up and take the sunshine with you with a floral scarf from Accessorize. Pair this with a flowery necklace and ring for a fun feminine look. With floral prints and petal hues, treat yourself to a new spring handbag, clutch or tote bag.
Primark, New Street
With fashion at affordable prices, there are a variety of t-shirts, cropped trousers, shirts and skirts to choose from at Primark. Take a look at the textured jackets which go perfectly with ripped jeans.
Marks & Spencer, High Street
Marks & Spencer certainly deliver on simple, timeless designs for men. Enjoy leisurely evenings and weekends this spring with the range of cotton shirts available in-store. Ladies, you can never have too many shoes! Take a look at Marks & Spencer’s new collection of mule sandals – they go great with a pair of jeans and this ruffled pink blouse.