The weather is finally warming up, so we can start to wear our Spring clothes in earnest. Here are six fab finds, most of which are suited to a business casual work environment. 

  • Ted Baker Daisy Daisy Print Top: Ted Baker does gorgeous florals that look like watercolour paintings. The double dose of refined pleating is interesting and easy to launder. Nice with a pastel or white pencil skirt, or faded skinny jeans and gold gladiator sandals. 
  • Chelsea28 Satin Lapel Fitted Blazer: Fitted when fastened, but fabulously fluid when left undone. The back is cropped shorter than the front, which creates interesting lines on your outfit. 
  • Kenneth Cole Mirella Colourblock Jacket: A fun silhouette that combines the moto, bomber and peplum jacket in one design. Check out the back detail. Machine washable. 
  • Adrianna Papell Floral Embroidered Pencil Skirt: A little playful Mary Quant flower to tone down the severity of a black pencil skirt. 
  • Three Dots Ruched Print Midi: An elegant midi pencil skirt with side seam ruching. Soft and comfortable for the office. I like the way it’s been styled with an unfastened cropped boxy jacket. Would look great with an open bomber jacket too. 
  • Theory Emery 2 Stretch Pants: These are suited to a straighter body type and run long and small so size up a size. If you do well with curvy fit trousers, do not try this style. They are a wool blend instead of pure wool, which actually makes them a lot more resilient during a day at the office and for travel. Read the rave reviews. 

I bet many are sick of wrapping up for a Spring that feels like the depths of Winter. I vote roll on Summer so that I can wear my loafers and ankle strap pumps with bare legs, leave off my topper, and wear skirts and dresses without feeling cold.

Ted Baker London Daisy Daisy Print TopTheory Emery 2 Stretch Pants

Three Dots Ruched Print Midi Skirt