Florals are a huge story for the new season but how will you be wearing yours? We like the granny-wallpaper roseprint on this blazer from Topshop. Great with a simple vest, high-waisted capri pants and flats. €84, Topshop
A little bit stuck in a Converse rut and looking for an alternative? School-run mums are turning to super soft leather trainers from Italian brand Ash, which is already a hip favourite among celebrites. Find them now on www.shudoo.co.uk. They're €95.
Beyonce, Natalie Portman and Blake Lively are all fans of quirky indie-brand Dannijo jewellery, which is made in New York by sisters Danielle and Jodie Snyder. This stack of bangles would look great piled high and worn with little else but a simple maxi or tee-shirt and jeans. They're €230 at Cocobelle Dublin.
Sustainable fashion brand People Tree has joined forces with Laura Ashley to develop three original prints from their archive which they've printed onto 100% organic satin dresses, tops and jumpsuits. We love the easy style of this all-in-one which would look so pretty, come summer, with sandals and floppy hat. €100 www.peopletree. co.uk or www.lauraashley. co.uk.
We love this pretty scalloped-edge blouse which is just the thing to rock that early Diane Keaton look that's so hot right now. The last Penneys Limited Edition collection sold out in a matter of days so this time mark early April in your diaries so you don't miss out. This blouse is a snip at €17.
Part-time graphic designer, part-time jewellery maker, full-time mum, Clare Hynes is quietly making a name for herself in the fashion world with her gemmed beauties, and this crystal and freshwater pearl necklace is a real stunner. It's 20% off at the moment, down to €172 (from €215) at www.clarehynesjewellery.com.
This snazzy red dress from the new Asos white collection nails spring's colour trend in one. Wear with seriously red lipstick and a chignon, and rock that movie-star vibe. It's €85 on asos.com.
Midi skirts are really coming into their own now and this sunshine lemony number from New Look's mainline range is a real breath of fresh air. Wear with bare legs and high heels and say hello to spring. €29.99, New Look.
A big hit last year, the Stella McCartney 'Falabella' chain-trimmed hobo bag gets a makeover with this new botanical print. McCartney says she gleaned the idea from old gardening books from the 1950s. €855, Brown Thomas.
Cork and espadrille heels are going to be huge this summer but if you're over wedges, the stack heel look is a lot more forgiving. These strappy floral numbers from Dorothy Perkins will look good with flares, maxis or midi-skirts. €60, Dorothy Perkins.
There's no limit to the array of eye-catching prints flooding the shops this season, from the perennial leopard to polka dots but actually the zanier the better, like banana, as seen at Prada. Extra fashion points for combining clashing prints.
Shaking off any dowdy connotations, this season's pleats are ultra-feminine and pretty whether it's Jonathan Saunders' striped mini or Derek Lam's ladylike knee-skimming white version. Think 'Black Swan' and you're on the right track.
Flower prints are a very appropriate look for this time of year and they're appearing in many guises from big and bold at Dries Van Noten to delicate little buds at Dolce & Gabbana. If it's too girlie for you, go down the accessory route.
What's not to love about these? They make legs look endless and they're flattering to the hips, and completely of the moment in terms of the '70s' influence that is all pervasive this season.?Check out House of Holland.
Go crazy with any colour combinations that you like ? blue and green, pink and orange, yellow and aubergine, but keep the shape sleek and the accessories to a minimum to make the most impact with this look. Gucci did it beautifully.
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