Put some spring in your step with our pick of oh-so-wearable wardrobe updates for right now.
What’s more ground-breaking than florals for spring? Blooms that leap right off the garment. Trelise Cooper top, $499.
Get set for a dark romance with floral lingerie that’s too cute to cover up. Wallflowers need not apply. Lonely bra, $99, and briefs, $59.
Bejewelled, bedecked or bedazzled, we love an embellished clutch that’s a hard case in more ways than one. Edie Parker clutch, $2515, from Net-a-Porter.
Fluffy bag charms have been charming us for some time now, but only Fendi’s alphabetised offerings let us spell out how much we love them. Fendi bag charm, $750, from Far Fetch.
We have Chanel to thank for spring’s hottest headwear trend, but with high street stores offering their own versions of the boater, you can get on board without going under. Witchery hat, $64.90.
When there’s a nautical trend on the horizon, a Breton-style top is our first port of call. Add relaxed navy trousers and set sail! Twenty-seven Names long-sleeved T-shirt, $210, and pants, $290.
First it was food, now it’s our jeans getting the raw treatment. Frayed edges are essential; two-tone denim and asymmetrical hems up the cool factor.
Topshop jeans, $115.
Bold and beautiful, statement earrings elevate a so-so sartorial effort to one befitting a leading lady. Vintage earrings, $329, from Love and Object.
Laced, locked and loaded, this shoe trend has sex appeal in spades – and for now, it’s not going anywhere. Mimco heels, $299.
They say a leopard can’t change its spots but the fashion pack’s favourite neutral just got a modern makeover. Now it’s a whole new level of fierce. Adriana Degreas playsuit, $430, from
Take inspiration from Margiela and Miuccia and accent an edgy ensemble with prim and proper pearls. World necklace, $249.
A picture paints a thousand words, so save your breath with a 90s-inspired statement tee. Stolen Girlfriends Club T-shirt, $129.
If you’re going to the effort of buckling up, make sure your belt has star quality. Ruby belt, $99.
Geometric patterns are coming at us from all angles. Don’t be afraid to let them clash – the more you add to the equation the better. Cooper coat, $329.
Find a silk slip a little unsubtle for daytime? Meet the pyjama-dressing trend halfway with a colour that doesn’t scream sleepwear. Staple + Cloth camisole, $139.
She’s brand new to the game but Australian designer Kym Ellery has an eye for eyewear, if this classic cat-eye and tortoiseshell combination is anything to go by. Ellery frames, $299, from Specsavers.
There’s nothing like blush suede and gold hardware to make your shopper a showstopper. Time to banish that boring black sac! Deadly Ponies bag, $625.
Victorian design details are breathing new life into buttoned-up business attire. Can we get a ‘Yas Queen’ for flared sleeves and frilled plackets? Taylor shirt, $437.
Ay caliente! Kick up your heels and channel your inner dancing-girl emoji, in a flouncy red dress that’ll have the señors salivating. H&M dress, $79.99.
Alessandro Michele hasn’t made a misstep since taking the reins at Gucci. The designer gets another gold star for his latest spin on the brand’s classic loafer. Gucci loafers, $585, from Matches Fashion.
This season’s take on the power suit is all about coordinating your separates, Clueless-style. Pair this Karen Walker jacket, $795, and skirt, $395, for a most capable-looking outfit.
Nude, pleated skirts are pirouetting off the runways and into our spring wardrobes. Take one for a twirl today. Sylvester skirt, $329.