With a new season upon us, we’ve got that familiar urge to inject some life into our wardrobe.
1. Romantic and femininity
Get ready to swap your structured clothes for a floatier style.
“It’s one of the biggest trends driven by a return of soft easy shapes, flowly silhouettes and pretty florals. It’s a big shift from the key looks we saw dominate the trends last year, which focused on a paired back minimalism in androgynous shapes and colour,” says Papas. (Watch: The one item every woman should own. Post continues after video.)
This means a whole lot more colour and print – and yes, florals for winter. But it doesn’t have to be overly girly.
Papas recommends pairing a gorgeous floral dress with boots and a boyfriend cardigan for day, then swapping your cardi for a biker jacket at night.
“My tip is to mix romantic pieces with everyday staples like denim or knitwear – simply change your footwear as required to transition from dressy to casual,” she says.