Entering a new season is tricky territory and can often leave you stumped for what to wear when you get dressed in the morning. You’ve finally mastered your winter wardrobe and now you’re met with last summer’s staples and no clue how to wear them. Well, worry not – let these street stylers guide you into how to master the new season with ease. Just follow these five simple rules…
1. Wear Your Denim Jacket With Everything
From teaming with your ripped jeans to thrown over a floral dress, spring’s most iconic cover-up is going nowhere fast. The street stylers showed off how to rock every style from the cropped, the oversized, the bleached to the applique so whichever denim jacket you have in your wardrobe, dig it out now.
2. Make The Most Of Your Classic White Shirt
As spring comes around, a crisp white shirt replaces the humble polo-neck as your season’s staple and the perfect layering tool. Whether you slip it under a summer dress or make a statement in an all-white ensemble, rely on this wardrobe essential to keep you looking stylish all summer long.
3. Pair Your Trainers With The Unexpected
You maybe wore them all winter with jeans and trousers, but when it comes to higher temperatures, your trainers are the perfect addition to your floatiest, girliest dresses and skirts. As shown by the street style set, the unlikely combo is a sure-fire method of mastering effortless chic so make this boyish/girly mash-up your top trend priority.
4. A Bright Accessory Will Pull Anything ‘Winter’ Into ‘Spring’
Whether a bright-hued hat or a coloured handbag, one of the easiest ways to ease into next season is simply by accessorising with something super colourful. Even the most wintery ensemble will look August-ready with the right injection of colour.
5. Dare To Bare
Even if it’s just a hint of midriff or a flash of the ankle, spring/summer is the only time when showing off some flesh can look chic. So ditch those tights, take your tops off the shoulders, don’t be shy and make this season your sexiest yet!
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By Amy de Klerk