Women’s Spring Clothing Wishlist 2018
The past few days the sun has been shining in and it’s got me all excited for spring days. As I was pregnant for the majority of last year I’m in desperate need of some new clothes. I’ve been mooching about on the internet and looking at all the new women’s spring clothing, it’s safe to say there is a lot I want. Here are some of my faves:
women’s spring clothing wishlist
Joules Waterproof Jacket
I’m a big fan of Joules raincoats, I bought one a couple of years ago and I love it. I really like the longer style of this jacket, the one I have is the shorter version. The print is gorgeous and perfect for rainy spring days.
Cath Kidston Daisy Sweatshirt
So basically I want everything from the Cath Kidston spring collection. This jumper would be great for early spring days when it’s still a bit chilly.
River Island Floral kimono top
I love the colour of this top plus it would be really flattering on the old mum tum aka gunt. It would look great with some leather look leggings I have.
Boohoo Floral tea dress
I’m awfully guilty of having a lack of colour in my wardrobe. Spring and summer always makes me want to dress a bit brighter. This dress would add a much needed pop of colour.
Cath Kidston Island bunch umbrella
We all know spring days aren’t always filled with sunshine. I have a feeling I’m definitely going to need this pretty umbrella. I love that this umbrella is made from fibreglass.
Fibreglass is an excellent material to make umbrellas from, it has a higher breaking point than carbon fibre, meaning the umbrella is able to withstand high winds and heavy downpours without causing damage. Not only is fibreglass stronger, it is also non corrosive and extremely lightweight.
Ombre metallic converse
Every year I buy a new pair of converse in either white or black. After seeing these bad boys though, I think I may need to break from tradition. In love with these!
I can’t wait for warmer days where a minimum of 10 layers aren’t required. Are you looking forward to spring?
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