Sunday, 1 September 2019

Our Spring fashion haul from Pretty Little Thing

It's officially September and we are officially excited for Spring! We are ready for colour, light flowy fabrics, cute clutches and showing some skin.

So of course we are delighted to have been invited to a preview of Pretty Little Thing's latest collection for Spring.

We were inspired by so many of the pieces to style for a night out, dinner and drinks but in the end chose looks which best represent our own individual styles!

DJ - Bright, bold and flare

This season go bold and make sure you invest in something bright and in a fun print! Celebrate the warmer season with colour and flare. Flares are on trend and are super flattering, especially when worn with high heels or a platform.

Sofia - Classic and chic

You can't go wrong with understated elegance and this white gold button blazer dress is the lazy girl's answer to heading out in style. It's effortless yet sophisticated and one of these season's must-haves. This look requires a patent pump or a strappy heel and a black square clutch - oh and a self-tan is essential!

        Get the look here! White Gold Button Blazer Dress | Black square clutch

Janette - Leopard print, ruffles and accesories 

Our fave print - leopard print, has been on-trend throughout the last season and we love that it is sticking around for Spring. We would even go as far to say it is a wardrobe staple for many! We think this leopard print slip dress would be the perfect addition to your Spring dress collection.

Hair accessories are also a trend we are loving and add a bit of glamour and girliness to your look. Dust off your fave pair of statement sunnies and coloured heels and you are officially ready for Spring!

What's on your Spring wish list?

Words @sofiapolakstyle
Photography by @wearefoundau

This post was in collaboration with Pretty Little Thing. If you would like to work with us, email


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