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Essential items for Spring

Sunday, 7 August 2011

The sun has finally peeked its head out of the clouds, meaning it’s time to get working on your spring wardrobe. Though the brighter months aren’t quite here just yet, you can still introduce some brighter, lighter key items. Simply layer up until the weather warms up. Make sure you never get caught in a closet crisis this season. Here are the key items every girl needs for spring 2

1. Accessories are a great way to quickly and cheaply update your look, and are great for those on a budget. It’s time to put your winter woolies away and invest in a lightweight bright print scarf. This will freshen up your look and will work with casual jeans, skirts, and dresses.

2. Keep out the chilly weather with a cosy cashmere sweater. Easter egg shades are cute for spring, so invest in pale yellows, pinks, lilacs and minty green hues. You’ll be as pretty as a picture.

3. Floaty tea dresses make you feel fabulously girly, as long as they are flirty, floral and feminine. Team with a cardigan and cute ballet pumps for daytime and a sexy kitten heel for evening.

4. Ballet pumps are sleek, sophisticated and don’t scream trying-too-hard. They can also be worn with almost anything in your

5. Though we recognise the shopping trip in the pursuit of the perfect pair of skinny jeans can be a bit of a nightmare, it’s most definitely worthwhile. The perfect pair of skinnies can instantly make your legs look longer and slimmer, your tummy look flatter and your hips slimmer.


6. The stripey Breton top is a fashion must have. This top was pioneered by the queen of fashion herself, Miss Coco Chanel, and was inspired by the French sailors she used to see. It has since become a bit of a cult item and has definitely earned its fashion stripes. Fans of the Breton top span many decades and include the likes of Brigitte Bardot, Edie Sedgwick, Jane Birkin, Debbie Harry, Patti Smith and more recently Kirstin Dunst, Kate Moss, Kylie Minogue and Alexa Chung.

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