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Fashion Guest posts | March 24th 2017

How to wear Spring 2017 right now

Transitional dressing can be as hit-and-miss as the British weather. But Lizzy Hadfield is here to advise on how you can wear Spring 2017 right now – without catching a chill in the process.

‘In like a lion, out like a lamb’, the month of March brings with it some interesting sartorial challenges, not least trying to predict on any given morning whether you’ll need thermals or a t-shirt, snow-boots or shades (sometimes both). Plus of course we’re all bored of our winter wardrobe by this time of year, so what can you do to perfect the tricky art of transitional dressing? Check out our video for some tips.

Spring 2017 dressing: where to buy

All the pieces featured in our video are available to buy online for click & collect delivery to your local CollectPlus store. Here’s a rundown of what Lizzy wore:

Blue high-neck jumper, £30 at ASOS.
Mango check print cropped trousers, £35.99 at ASOS. 
Light pink suedette mules, £19.99 at New Look.

Burgundy striped crew neck blouse, £20 at Missguided.
Levis Vintage Denim jeans £29.95 at ASOS. 
Daisy Street metallic backless loafers, £27.99 at ASOS.

Striped Jersey Dress: £19.99 at Mango
Black leather Chelsea boots, £60 at ASOS.
Sterling silver choker, £12 at ASOS.
Black leather look foldover crossbody bag, £7.99 at New Look.

Not quite what you were expecting? Fear not: you can use CollectPlus to return any items that don’t quite fit the bill once you’ve tried them on at home. You can return to over 300 of the UK’s best-loved retailers, and even if you bought in store you can download a returns label from our site to easily send back your purchase for refund or exchange.

Want more? Lizzy Hadfield can also be found over on her blog, ShotfromtheStreet.

March 24th 2017 - by @CollectPlus