The six style staples you need for the ultimate spring wardrobe refresh

Round out your wardrobe for the new season with these hot-ticket, of-the-moment items

 

With the sunshine and the clocks going forward there’s no getting away from the fact that spring has officially sprung.

Every new season deserves a wardrobe refresh. For spring you need a style shake-up that ditches the dark, dreary layers that no longer spark joy and swaps them for lighter, brighter pieces that inject a fresh feel.

There are plenty of reason to invest in the new - hello slinky slip skirts and strappy sandals - mixed in with your existing hardworking wardrobe heroes.

Here are the hot tickets of-the-moment items to round out your wardrobe in the weeks ahead.

White jeans

Jeans, €39.99, Mango
Jeans, €39.99, Mango

Update your trusty blues with a fresh white style in contemporary cuts of straight leg, kick flare and slim.

Mixed print dress

Dress, €52, Topshop
Dress, €52, Topshop

Full coverage midis are the dress trend to beat, a mixed print style ups the ante for wedding season. 

Strappy Sandal

Strappy sandals, €59.95, Zara
Strappy sandals, €59.95, Zara

The Carrie Bradshaw inspired sandal is dominating the footwear scene. Smartening up everything from denim, candy tailoring and floaty midis.

The utility jacket

Jacket, €73, Warehouse
Jacket, €73, Warehouse

The utility jacket is an easy style win. Opt for belted and in classic khaki for the ultimate spring layer. 

The Boiler suit

Boilersuit, €150, Arket
Boilersuit, €150, Arket

The all-in-one wardrobe wonder is a style no-brainer for spring. Opt for a loose-fit rendered in any shade you wish.

Slip skirt

Skirt, €42, Asos
Skirt, €42, Asos

This season’s skirt style comes knee-skimming and silky. Wear with a knit now and a t-shirt come summer.

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