From classic polka dots to bold and beautiful leather pieces, many Spring trends are entirely worth investing in for your wardrobe this season. Whether you buy designer or shop for high street alternatives, here are our top 6 Spring trends you should style this year.

Polka Dots 

Ideal for daytime wear or a chic formal look, polka dots have been around for years, and they’re certainly not going anywhere this Spring. Monochrome polka dots are bang on-trend, as are polka dot print blouses and shirts paired with denim for a clean street style or achieve a more structured look with a colorful polka dot co-ord or suit.

Clean White Sneakers 

Everyone knows that shoes complete an outfit, and plain white sneakers are a must-have for your wardrobe this Spring/Summer. They’re incredibly versatile and can be dressed up or down, like adding an edgy vibe to a girly dress.

Hot Pants

High-waisted, denim or linen – it doesn’t matter, all hot pants are in this Spring. Invest in a high-quality pair of denim hot pants as these will be most versatile in your wardrobe, and similar to the polka-dot print, they never really date. Pair with boots to create a cool biker look, trainers for a more casual outfit, or sandals for a summery finish.

Colorful Leather 

Colorful leather was seen on this Spring’s 2020 runways with vibrant shades of orange and green available in a selection of stunning dresses, jackets, and trousers. This is a really fun look as leather wardrobe staples are typically black, so why not switch it up with a bolder alternative?

Rope Belts 

If you’re wondering which accessories are in this season, belts are a big one, particularly rope styles. These can efficiently complete any outfit. Whether you’re wearing a shirt dress, a pair of denim hot pants, or a skirt, these nautical-inspired accessories are definitely worth purchasing.

Big Bags

Perfect for a shopping outing or trip to the beach, big bags are often associated with practicality. However, this Spring – the bigger, the better. Oversized leather totes were seen on Spring 2020 catwalks, and they’re set to be a huge trend this year in general.