In addition to my latest fashion post on Spring trends I wanted to share 4 outfits in a Spring Lookbook. Each season I love mixing up my personal style and trying new trends. It’s not always doable to buy new clothes all the time so I style older items with a few new things. I’ll explain how each look works and how you can also try them for yourself. Making do and mixing up your current wardrobe with a few new key pieces is more realistic so I hope you enjoy this post.
(images by Chloe Lee)
Outfit 2 is a mixture of stripes and spots, like I mentioned in my spring style post. The skirt with the hello you pocket is from Sugarhill, they always do the best slogan items. The prints teamed together work really well in the light blue and navy. The skirt is from Topshop and I love it as it’ll go with everything. My accessories are delicate but I always add a bit of feminine or quirkiness with a bag or jewellery.
This look combines items I already owned like the black jeans and khaki jacket. I added a fresh touch of light blue with the cami vest and mule heels. Adding a fresh colour to existing items can make them feel new again.
For this look I went full on pastel mode with my favourite pale pink and blue combo. The shaggy cardigan is from & Other Stories which I got on sale but they now have it in pink. For spring wearing layers is essential and I popped it over this tapestry jacket from Asos which is a few years old. Light colours can be scary for some people but if you match up the tones then it works much better to pull it off.