Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Moving into Spring - Style post

Hey Guys,



It might be Easter this weekend but it's still pretty cold out there,these kind of sunny blue skies that are still really cold out are my favourite. 



It is time to slowly move away form our beloved winter coats and move to jackets (not quite ready to live in our denim jackets yet though)
A jacket like this which I got at the end of last summer in the Debenhams sale is perfect for early spring, its very warm but floral and has plenty of colour for the new season.











Dresses like this have been around on the high street especially places like Urban Outfitters and topshop for a while now and are ideal for transitional weather. While the dark burgundy colour of this one is still quite autumnal I think the corduroy effect keeps it in line with the never ending 70s trend which I plan on keeping in my wardrobe for a long time.








Top - Primark 
Dress - Shein *
Boots - Next 
Necklace - Topshop 
Jacket - H! by Henry Holland at Debenhams 

I'm still wearing mostly black with my outfits but with jackets like this I am slowly moving into spring and am hoping I can make this dress work later in the season with a white shirt or graphic tee underneath.
In nature the changing of the seasons especially at spring with the start of new life is my favourite time and it can be one of the best times for style too we don't need to think quite as practically and ruin our outfits with coats and endless knitwear but its not the dreaded weather which means getting our legs out. I hate summer style full of crop tops and shorts but I love a bit of colour and being more experimental, coming out of the cycle I get stuck in of jumpers and jeans in winter so Spring is the best time for me to be creative yet comfortable with my style.

Hope you are all well and enjoying the start of Spring

Love Charlotte
xxx
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* Items with a * may have been gifted for consideration to feature but all thoughts are my own. 

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