6 Spring Fashion Trends You Can Start Wearing Now

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Jessica Harris | Fashion | February 2024

There may still be frost on the ground but spring is just around the corner and, while it may not be bare arm weather quite yet, there are some new season trends you can start wearing now. 

Although we can typically expect the old faithfuls – florals, pastel colours and an open toe, there are some seasonal curveballs this spring.
From preppy polos and clean minimalism to elegant accessories and leg-lengthening trousers, spring is delivering a cocktail of trends that can breathe new life into your winter wardrobe.

But you don't need to visit the ateliers of Paris to find your style updates as Westfield London has everything you need to take your spring outfits to the next level.


White Hot 


Get The Look
Cashmere Mockneck Sweater, £160 Abercrombie
Sienna Crepe Wide Leg Suit Trousers, £178 Reiss
Daze Trainers, £119 Carvela
Mango Michelle Shoulder Bag, £45.99 John Lewis & Partners



Sheer Genius

Transparency and UK weather may not go hand-in-hand but bear with us. Sheer skirts, shirts and trousers are going to be big business
this spring but there's no need to grab the hot water bottle just yet.
Yes, the correct underwear will be a serious consideration but mixing the ethereal feel of a barely-there skirt with a
heavy duty knit is a chic and modern way to introduce the trend into your wardrobe.
For the slightly more shy, sheer panels or a transparent shirt over a vest top is a great way to wear it with your modesty in tact.

sheer fashionGet The Look

Sheer Stand-Up Collar Blouse, £21.99 H&M
Ultimate Full Length Trouser, £119 Whistles
Strappy Heeled Sandals £99.95 Massimo Dutti


Slinging it Back

More of a comeback than a debut, the faithful slingback was seen sashaying doen the runways at Saint Laurent, Proenza Schouler and Coperni cementing its place on the top spring trends list.
But before you wince at the memory, this season is a lot kinder to your feet with low
kitten heels to elongate the leg without the need for Compeed.
Pair with socks (a trend going strong into spring) or a maxi skirt until the temperatures rise for a ladylike look.

Slinging it back

Get The Look

Slingback Shoes With Buckled Strap, £35.99 Zara
Mid-Rise Straight Jeans, £35.99 Mango
Grey Knit Jumper, £30 River Island
Crepe Boyfriend Blazer, £159 Whistles
Black Whip Stitch Top Handle Cross Body Bag, £19.99 New Look
Leather Belt, £15.99 H&M


Take it Higher

Although we all recoiled at the whisper that low rise was coming back, breathe easy as the sky is the limit for waistbands this spring.
Leg-lengthening and waist-cinching was the order of the day on the catwalks of Loewe and Rick Owens,
as the bottoms were extremely high waisted, teamed with form-fitting tanks and structured shirts for a flattering silhouette.
Invest in a subtle, slimline belt to pull the look together and keep the top half neat and streamlined for a proportional look.

Take it higher

Get The Look

Wide Leg Trousers, £24.99 H&M
Taylor Sleeveless Top, £68 Reiss
Mid-Length Chelsea Heritage Trench Coat, £1890 Burberry
Marlee Black Leather Skinny Belt £39.00 Lk Bennett
High Bridge Fit Sunglasses, £243 Burberry


Prep in Your Step

I know, I pulled the same face when I heard the news. But once I saw the polished styling of preppy tees teamed
with flouncy skirts at Miu Miu and matching knitted shorts at Gucci,
it was clear that polo shirts have come a long way since the humble PE kit.
Whether it's a sporty rugby style or fitted cashmere for an elegant silhouette, the new take on the polo shirt is versatility with a hint of athleisure.


Get The Look

Premium 100% Lambswool Polo Jumper, £45 Marks & Spencer
Straight Cut Herringbone Trousers, £35.99 Zara
Longchamp Le Pliage Xtra Leather Tote Bag, £415 John Lewis & Partners
New Balance 550 Trainers, £120 Jd Sports


Keep it Clean

It's no coincidence that the catwalks were packed with understated minimalism on the 25th anniversary of 90's
fashion icon Carolyn Bassett-Kennedy's untimely death.
From Tod's sombre colour palette and clean-cut tailoring to Proenza Schouler's leather trench coats paired with straight leg denim –
there was a quiet luxury only Bassett-Kennedy could master so effortlessly.


Get The Look

Wool Coat, £315 Calvin Klein
Slim-Fit Long-Sleeve Top, £35 Cos
Arket Fern Cropped Flared Stretch Jeans, £77 H&M
Joules Nelle Faux Fur Snood Scarf, £29.95 Next
Loren Ankle Boot 85, £850 Jimmy Choo
Slim Tortoiseshell Headband, £3.50 Accessorize
Oliver Peoples Narrow - Universal Fit £337.00 Sunglass Hut