Now that Spring's officially here, there are no more excuses to escape your closet Spring clean. And while you'll most likely be happy to get rid off those on trend off-the-shoulder crop tops from 3 years ago (do it!), you can gladly hold on to those trusty classics that will always be in style. And the best news? You can make them totally on trend - or buy some new pieces of course! 'Cause there's no better investment than a leather jacket, blouse, maxi dress, flared trousers, and loafers anyway...
In terms of adding a bit of rock-'n-roll to your look, a leather jacket is your best buddy. And while there's nothing wrong with the plain black version, now's the time to mix it up and opt for something a bit edgier. An oversized grey version or a cropped green one with snake skin finish? Yesss! Pair with your favourite denim and black moto boots for the ultimate tough girl look!
The easiest way to pimp your blouses this Spring is to add a little something - be it a bow, flower brooch or colourful ruffles. Try to avoid looking all to secretary-on-leave by pairing it with punchy colours, such as hot pink or electric blue.
Sheer maxi dresses were already a big hit last season, but this Spring, you can use every flowy maxi dress to top your trousers. Opt for a cropped structured pair or high-waisted denim, and top with a statement dress in bold monochromes or with a floral print - because celebrating Mother Nature is all that's Spring about!
Flared trousers are one of my favourite ways to make my legs look longer, and I love the idea of adding ruffles to make them look a bit more summer-y! They're particularly cute paired with this season's most popular shoe: mules. Keep the other pieces of your outfit structured and simple, to avoid looking like a flamenco dancer in overdrive!
As you know, loafers are definitely a staple in my wardrobe and there's nothing like a bit of gold to make them more fun and feminine! They work just as well with a tailored black suit (perfect for a business meeting!) as with a striped shirt and jeans (for running errands or meeting up for lunch with your girls).