Waking up with the sun shining through the window can only mean Spring has finally arrived. Although in England we know fully well it won't be long until the rain returns, there's no harm making the most of the sun while we can. This means baring our pale arms and legs hoping to get the slightest amount of Vitamin D to our skin. It was time to dust off our sunglasses and leave the house without clutching a coat and scarf. 

Spring has always been my favourite season for fashion. I am in love with pastel colours and colourful garments. Mix and matching colours is always a great way to make fashion fun and always gets me into a summery mood. For this outfit I decided to match yellow and navy together to contrast the lightness and darkness of the two colours. Although matching colours in outfits must be completed with caution, it doesn't mean you have to stick to similar colours. It can be light with dark, pastel with bold or two complete different bright colours together. It will mean lots of experimenting but who doesn't love a little fashion show in our bedrooms! A small brown belt was added to the navy skater skirt to break up the two colours. For the rest of the outfit I decided to use neutral colours as I feel more colour would become too much. Pink shoes, bag and sunglasses completed the outfit while sticking to the colourful theme. 

TOP - Primark / SKIRT - Desire / SHOES - New Look / SUNGLASSES - River Island / BAG - New Look / BELT - Desire / BRA - Forever 21


 What I love about my job at Jane Norman is that I can bring my own style to my work clothes each day. With the shop covered in bright and colourful clothes for the summer, I knew I needed to reflect this in my work wear. Dressing smartly doesn't mean you can't have fun with the clothes you pick. Bright colours, patterns and textures can all be played with to create great smart style. As seen on many of the catwalks during London Fashion Week, I decided to stick to a bright colour for today's look.

Waterfall blazers are the height of fashion this season and this detail can be found on other garments such as jackets. The colour coral has regularly been seen throughout many high street stores in the recent months. What is great about this colour is that it is a bright colour, ideal for this season, without being too vibrant. To balance out this colour, I've decided to stick to monochrome colours for the rest of the outfit. Being an outfit for work, I always choose leggings or jeggings over jeans. Comfort and flexibility is important as I am constanstly bending down sorting clothes and running up and down ladders. Ballet pumps are also great for the work place as they are subtle yet practical while being on your feet all day. 

BLAZER - New Look / TOP - New Look / TROUSERS - River Island / SHOES - New Look / WATCH - River Island