What Are The Key Trends For Your Wardrobe This Spring?

Let’s Take A Look At The Key Trends This Spring 

When it comes to new colours and styles, aim to present a modern aesthetic to the outside world.
You want to avoid any fashion faux-pas.  
So let’s look at which key trends this Spring are making their mark.

Key Trends In Colour & Colour Blocking 

At last, we can wear more colour.

Yes, one trend is for wearing top-to-toe colour.
Wear it to be noticed!

Or you can follow another trend and mix up your colour palette:

– in blocks of colour

– with bright and muted colours

– or contrasting dark and light colours


Key wardrobe trends this spring


Colour block crepe midi dress, Emilia Wickstead
2-colour block cashmere jumper, Dries Van Noten
Multi-colour block pleated satin dress, Roksanda
3-colour block cashmere jumper, Jigsaw
Colour block quilted shell jacket, Moncler


CWC style tip: When it comes to colour, keep an eye on your own complexion.
Successful colour combining means You wear the colour.
Don’t let the colour wear you!


Key Trends In Prints & Patterns

Tis the season of the print!

You’re going to be spoilt.

There’s lot to choose from.

In particular:

Animal prints are still going strong.

Floral prints are everywhere in all sizes, particularly in over-sized blooms and in multiple colours.

Abstract painting prints feature as well as checks, stripes and scenic patterns.

Even motifs we’re more used to seeing on silk scarves.

Watch out for Toile de Jouey on statement dresses!

And let’s not forget a dash of psychedelic prints.


Key Trends This Spring: Prints & Patterns
Snakeskin print dress, Sosandar
Silk chiffon floral blouse, Dolce & Gabbana
Cube print shirt dress, Hugo Boss
Psychedelic print blazer, Prada
Floral dress, Gerard Darel
Lustrous bloom silk shirt, Whistles


Key Trends In Styles 

The world’s your oyster – there’s a choice of styles for everyone.

Overall there is a trend towards body positivity.

The movement towards dressing modestly is taking hold, from high necks, long sleeves and longer lengths.

The Spring season is feminine especially with its colours, prints, fabrics and flowing shapes.

If you prefer a plainer style and shape, it’s there to find.

Otherwise, if you’d like to embrace the feminine modus of the season, embrace it.


Key Trends This Spring: Dresses

Contoured business dress, Hugo Boss
Palm print midi dress, Marella


Key Trends In Hem Lengths

In skirts and dresses, these range from mini and knee-length to the midi and ankle or maxi length.

Knee-length may not be directional but it is timeless and always on point.

The midi is still the current favourite.

CWC style tip: when it comes to a midi, where the hem sits on your leg is the secret
between looking
à la mode or frumpy.

Choose hem lengths appropriate for your height and lifestyle.
At work, keep them business appropriate.

CWC style tip: when it comes Business Casual, the first word is (still) Business!


Key Trends This Spring: Skirts

Slim fit short skirt, Hugo Boss
Knee length skirt, LK Bennett
Floral midi skirt, Gucci


Trouser styles also offer a choice of length and style, from cropped to cigarette to straight-leg and wide-leg.
Choose those styles most complimentary to your personality, figure and lifestyle.


Key Trends This Spring: Trousers


Ever Wanted To Work With A Personal Stylist?

If you’re not sure how to choose the right colours and styles for you, why not do what hundreds of other women do, and book in for a personalised capsule wardrobe.

We’ll put together a Lookbook of outfits to match and complement who you are and what you do.

It’s as easy as shopping from the luxury of your own home.

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