As anybody who keeps up with the latest fashion trends knows - the fashion world can be a fast-paced field and ceaselessly changing environment.
In 2016 alone we saw the rise of the slip dress, the humble rucksack never looked chicer and logo t-shirts were just about everywhere
One minute it's all about layering your clothes and then the next, it's slouchy off the shoulder styles and cut out sleeves that everyone's picking up off the rails.
In 2016 alone we saw the rise of the slip dress, the humble rucksack never looked more stylish and logo t-shirts were just about everywhere.
Not to mention the 19th-century-inspired prairie dresses which made a comeback, the denim skirt, which got a revamp, and chunky trainer shoes made laidback style look effortless.
And this year, for spring, the fashion scene has once again pulled out all the stops as frills, ruffles and pleated anything are amongst the latest trends emerging on the catwalks.
To help you keep up with the fashion pack this year and update your wardrobe just in time for spring, we’ve put together some of the most fashionable pieces from our George collection which you could pair with just about anything.
Denim is forever
Denim is one of those trends that never seems to get old. So why not gain extra style points this spring by ticking off three trends in one with this floral-embroidered, belted shirtdress? Or invest in a wardrobe staple, such as the denim shirt. You can wear it done all the way up, or dress it down and unbuttoned with a white tee.
Sheer bomber jackets
By the looks of things, the bomber jacket has reinvented itself once again just in time for spring. It's the gift that never stops giving as it's versatile enough to work with casual and dressy and it's also light enough to wear for spring. And what else says spring like a floral pattern?
Vibrant arm candy
Warmer weather equals lighter layers – and that means cutting down on clutter. So with spring nearly upon us, (a girl can dream, right?), it's time to downsize your handbag and go all out on the colour. This practical George bag, is small enough for evening but big enough to store those daily essentials. So it means you can take it out when you're brunching, add a pop of colour to your outfit at work or use if for your essentials on an evening out.
Polka dots and bell sleeves
This sixties-inspired micro polka dot dress in monochrome is a sure winner. Dress it up with some heels or wear it to work with some ankle boots. And you can always pop some black tights on if the British weather doesn't hold up!
Flowing ruffles act as their own accessory, as they add an instant uplift to any outfit. Why not add a zesty orange to your wardrobe for a vibrant boost that’s sure to put a spring in your step? Or add a sophisticated twist to your knitwear collection with this black ruffle front jumper.
The classic design is a simple saviour that you'll wear now, layer in winter and keep forever.