Fashion | March 8th 2018

Top 3 Spring Fashion Trends for SS18

Spring has officially begun and we are so ready to update our wardrobes with fresh pieces, even if there is still snow on the ground. To help you get in the mood for a brand new season, we’ve picked the top 3 spring fashion trends for SS18.

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A key trend this spring is pastel colours and they are so easy to incorporate no matter what the weather. Pastel coats are a great option when the weather is a little bit more chilly, but once it starts to warm up light dresses are perfect for transitioning this trend into summer. Of course, suiting never goes out of style and this mix ‘n’ match set from ASOS is so versatile and can be worn more casually as separates.

Spring fashion trends: Pastels

Image sources: ASOS, M&S and Mango

(Products from left to right)

Mix n Match Tailored Suit from £28 at ASOS

Textured Open Front Coat £35 at M&S

Detachable Belt Dress £29.99 at Mango


It’s great to see the return of the ruffle trend which always looks effortlessly chic. The texture of ruffling adds great detail to any outfit and can transform something plain into a super stylish and interesting outfit.

Whether it’s a top, bodysuit or a dress, make sure ruffles are top of mind when shopping for your key spring pieces.

Spring fashion trends: Ruffles

Image sources: John Lewis, Very and Quiz

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Ted Baker Cold Shoulder Ruffle Top £109 at John Lewis

Ruffle Shoulder Tea Dress £35 at Very

Green Crepe Frill Halterneck Bodysuit £24.99 at Quiz


Last season we saw the Prince of Wales trend owning the catwalk, but this season it’s all about the check pattern. With so many colour variations of check around there is something for everyone with this spring fashion trend.

A check blazer thrown over a pair of leather leggings instantly transforms an outfit and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. And while the weather is still cold, check skirts and dresses can be paired with thick tights and boots for a ‘buy now wear now’ option. Just ditch the tights later on in the season.

Image sources: New Look, John Lewis and ASOS

(Products from left to right)

Light Grey Check Blazer £29.99 at New Look

Reiss Phia Wide Leg Trousers £150 at John Lewis

Bershka Button Check Mini Dress £25.99 at ASOS



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March 8th 2018 - by @CollectPlus