1) Monchrome - 50’s black and white should be in your head at this point in time. Monochorme’s are the safest choice of colour one could go… after all it is like that little black dress you have hanging in your closet. These colourblock items, be it handbags, clothes, accessories or shoes can be coordinated very well for absolutely any event. Be it a girly lunch or a family dinner this fashionable style gives you an edge.

2) Chalk Pastels - History does repeat itself and fashion is a great example of it. Bring out your candy-floss coloured jeans and your baby blue high heels cause you’re going to be needing this bright babies this spring summer.

3) Sporty-you - As winter passes by and the warmth and sunrays settle in, it’s time for you to hit the tracks (to lose all that X’mas fat that’s hanging off of you). So why not invest in something more sporty and comfortable. Who said you can’t go looking stylish whilst exercising. Buy a nice pair or two (or more) of track-pants, sweatshirts and sneakers and you will have comfort redefined.

4) Sixties in the mix - This style is a combination of retro with a hint of modern fashion. Lace, pastels and grace are the epitome of this fashion statement. Vintage is the way to go for a very seductive yet elegant look and if you want to nail this look always go loud with one accessory such as a pair of sunglasses or even a choker but keep the rest at minimal flash.

5) Paisley, floral, graffiti… JUST PRINTS - No matter what the print is and how loud it may be, this style serves to be screaming for head turn. Feel funky? Mix up the prints too, in the sense that you can match a pair of paisley trousers with a graphically vibrant blazer… it won’t matter as long as it looks good together! Gone is the rule where you cannot mix two different prints to create a new style statement, cause trust me, the style statements made by todays combined prints deserve the positive attention!

By Tatiana Dias - Fashion Writer at A-SHU.CO.UK.

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