Esprit Fashion


I must admit, I got quite fond of Winter. NOT. Thank the lord that it’s nearly over because being cold all the time and constantly battling the psychotic change in British weather, has gotten a little too much. So now with Spring well on it’s way, I turned to Esprit to get some fashion inspo for the new season.

Esprit LogoIn the transition of freezing cold to OMG IT’S SO HOT, I’ve been lusting over the basics. Think linen shirts, high-waisted trousers and all of the cardigans. Esprit have some beautiful pieces as part of their new season range and some of my favourites, I’ve collected below. I’m in dire need of some new jeans but have been putting off getting any until I’ve lost the weight I needed to lose at the gym because I refuse to go up a size. 

BasicsFrom top left to bottom right – Cherry Embroidery Long-Sleeved Top (£19.00), Slim Stretch Jeans (£45.00), Basic Stretch Blouse (£29.00), Shaping Effect Stretch Trousers (£45.00Sundresses (£55.00), Denim Effect Blouse (£39.00)

I’m lusting over some linen shirts at the moment because I think they’re just the most simple things to throw on and pair up with any types of bottoms whether that’s a skirt or jeans.

Patterns are a big thing for Spring in 2018 and I already have a few pieces in my wardrobe that are similar to the ones I’ve got below. The checkered print is very much in and so is lace. I’m also living for big sleeves and now think any top or dress with normal sleeves looks boring.

DressesFrom top left to bottom right – Jacquard Dress (£45.00), Mesh Floral Dress (£69.00)Checkered Dress (£55.00), Stretched Jersey Dress (£29.00), Colour Block Knit Dress (£59.00) Cocktail Lace Dress (£69.00)

My favourite out of this selection though has to be the Mesh Floral Dress. I love the mesh material and it would be great to mix up if the black dress underneath is separate.

And like patterns, colours are definitely very much in and I hope they stick around for a long time. I love bright and bold pieces because they inject so much happiness into my mood. I have this one pink, off the shoulder jumper that brings me so much joy every time I wear it.

ColoursFrom top left to bottom right – Blue Duffel Coat (£99.00), Pink Short Knitted Cardigan (£39.00), Fitted Red Blazer (£59.00), Floral Print Blouse (£45.00),  Sequinned V Neck Top (£39.00), Yellow Trench Coat (£99.00)

I’m really leaning towards getting myself a bright yellow trench coat because they just give me all of the 90s vibes and they look light enough to pull off during the slightly milder months of the UK.

What are you looking forward to wearing in Spring? Let me know in the comments below.


*Disclaimer – This is a sponsored collaboration with Esprit. All words are my own.


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