By Kavita Donkersley.
Although it isn’t always represented by the British weather, it is now Spring time. One of the best things about summer is the style that comes along with it – from floaty floral prints to delicate accessories.
We have come up with our favourite items from Folksy that epitomise ‘Spring fashion’. All you Spring fashionistas will already know that it isn’t JUST about the standard floral print, it’s whatever reminds us of Spring!
The best thing about this dress is the gorgeous shape, perfect for frolicking around a field full of gorgeous spring flowers! The pink top breaks the floral pattern so it isn’t too overbearing, but still keeps its girliness. Eldelaymi has lots of other beautiful handmade dresses in their shop.
Getting Spring fashion right is quite difficult when it comes to accessories. Is a necklace, ring, bracelet, headwear AND earrings too much? How much floral is TOO much floral? Well, we love these delicate earrings, as they add just a touch of spring glamour, without the headache inducing vibrancy of huge flowers dangling from your ears!
Cuffs are very much IN right now, and if you are one of the many people who cannot stand the fiddlyness of a dangly bracelet, this arm candy by Claire Gent is perfect!
Here at folksy, we got a little *too* excited when we found this gem on the site. Beside the fact that is has bunting AND a jammy dodger biscuit on it (possibly the two best combinations ever?) it definitely showcases Spring in a less obvious way than flowers and rose petals do. Plus, with the Queens Jubilee coming up, and any excuse for a good old English Tea Street Party – this is literally the cream of the Spring Style necklace crop! Grab yours at Little Miss Crafty’s Curiosity Shop.
The White Ribbon‘s gorgeous leather ballet flats are already loved and owned by one of our team here at Folksy, so when we stumbled across this gorgeous pastel rose coloured pair – it was love at first site. Perfect for those lazy picnic days, just throw on a floral ensemble and you’re good to go!
Floral wreaths used to be limited to the festival goer only. Thank goodness for those clever designers at Folksy for making them more widely available! Rosie Headband by Crown and Glory.
You can also read Kavita’s blog She Wears Fashion for lots of thrifty fashion ideas.