With the summer sun about to brighten up our days, it’s time to prep our wardrobes too – with a burst of floating, flirty and fresh pastel colour.
At Debenhams we love to mark a change in season with a shiny new wardrobe and, luckily for us, there are several irresistible options popping up right now across many fabulous brands.
At Phase Eight things are looking pretty in pink in a floaty kind of fashion (above: Grenadine Tilly cotton dress), while at Oasis the sky’s the limit and styles are blue with this gorgeous pleated colourblock midi skirt already added to our wishlist. If you fancy something a little more structured, peplum is also a huge trend this spring/summer. Seen at Red Herring, peplum is basically power dressing for the modern day woman.
As any fashionista knows, what we choose to put on our feet can make or break an outfit. A pair of killer heels can take a look from sensible to showstopping in one easy step, with these Call It Spring pink and orange court shoes guaranteed to have you looking hot to trot. For a quirkier take on this seasonal colour trend, opt for the same style in nude with a blue pop of pastel down at heel.
(Above from left to right: Pink colourblock courts at Call It Spring, Natural colourblock courts with blue stiletto from Call It Spring)
If you aren’t sure whether or not pastels are your ‘bag’, perhaps the Collection pink cross body design will tempt you, or an orange Marta Jonsson clutch bag to help make a colourfully bold statement. If classic summer style is more ‘you’, we recommend investing in the yellow buckle design from J by Jasper Conran.
At least this way you’ll be able to channel a ray of sunshine wherever you go this summer, even when the sky does not…
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