Knowing which high street trends to buy, and which to avoid, will not only help you feel confident about updating your wardrobe, but more importantly, you’ll spend money wisely on items you will wear again and again.
The high street trends reflect all our desires to invest wisely in clothes with the arrival of some modern classics as well as some fun and frivolous additions for your wardrobe.
Check out below to find out how these latest spring / summer high street fashion trends have been adapted by your favourite stores to suit your style and budget.
High Street Fashion: Prints
The high street has taken hot prints to heart. From florals of every description to the stand-out print of the season – computer generated techno patterns; as well as tie dye and striking monochrome stripes, there was something for every woman.
Layering a sheer floral dress under a knit like this perfectly captures the spirit of summer’s new floral trend. A little bit boho a little bit grunge, the essence of this look by River Island is to counterbalance sweet floral prints with a rock and roll edge. Cue layers of knitwear and chunky boots – flattering for any shape, and easy to wear at any age.
Littlewoods have expertly combined spring’s new techno prints with a lean, slimming silhouette. Team this dress with opaque tights and ankle boots early on in the season, and then once the temperature rises, dare to bare, or layer over leggings for a summer look with legs.
Make a bold statement in a tie dye print this season. Simply Be’s modern take on the print grabs the headlines for all the right reasons. This stand out piece is striking yet uncomplicated in subtle and streamlining shades. Accessorise with a stack of metallic bangles and chunky gladiator heels.
Next have taken inspiration from Givenchy’s stand out monochrome prints to create this super flattering monochrome jacket. The black and white stripes arranged in a square shape frame the body, showcasing the shoulders without adding bulk. Team with slim line black pants (black and white stripes are not for your bottom half) and team with bold accessories in a bright hot hue for maximum impact.