Sugary sorbet shades are the freshest take on spring suiting, giving the classic separates new-season verve. Cut to loose, languid silhouttes, these pieces feel especially modern and work as beautifully as ever with a crisp white shirt or a fluid silk style. Team the Ocean blazer and the coordinating trousers with the Julie blouse, adding a pop of colour in the form of the Alex shoes.
There’s no denying that the white shirt is a wardrobe classic and a forever fashion favourite. Imagined in many iterations it works from day to night with both smart and casual outfits. Keep it at the top of your sartorial line-up come spring, looking to our guide on how to style yours to chime perfectly with the season’s rising temperatures.
Jeans and a crisp white shirt like the Selina have long since held their compatibility. To make the look especially relevant for warmer weather, switch indigo denim for a lighter, slightly faded wash like that of the Ramone skinnies, and trade in your go-to heels for a pair of espadrilles. The Grenada wedges have royal-blue suede straps and a wrap-around ankle tie that takes a classic combination firmly into new-season territory.
This season, the wrap-around skirt shape is the style of focus. The Virgo captures this look perfectly and incorporates spring’s fascination with metallics all at once. Cut from silky fabric in a versatile neutral hue, it works well with bronzed bare legs and a silk button-up shirt. Add the Frenchie shirt and Naomi shoes for a polished combination.
Not to be reserved for smart occasions, the white shirt can also make for a relaxed addition to spring separates. In the midst of summer, a sleeveless style, like the Paige, is endlessly chic and works worn solo as well as with an oversized blazer. Whether you’re headed for a beach destination or staying on home turf, team it with statement shorts and the Colbert wedges. We suggest printed or crochet styles like the Karla as they’ll bring a feel-good factor to your look.