Hit The Spot - Naomi

c/o Very Pleated Skirt, c/o Littlewoods Yellow Clutch
c/o Lipsy London Biker Jacket , c/o Deichmann Heels

I love colour and as soon as it get's to Spring it's an excuse to bring out those bright prints and have fun again with your dressing after moody winter! I don't usually buy into the whole 80s look but have seen graphic prints everywhere for SS15, so here's my take on it!

I went for a bright fun 80s spotty blouse from Beyond Retro which I absolutely LOVE the colours in it, it's so fun and playful! I teamed it with my new pleated skirt from Very, which is my favourite colour ever and I love the metallic sheen it has to it. I wanted to make this look quite smart/ going out for dinner esq so teamed the look with my pointy heels and my yellow clutch to bring all the colours together. The leather jacket over my shoulders toughened the look up a bit to make it more wearable.

Why don't you get dotty in spots this Spring and have some fun!


Hit The Spot - Amy

Missguided Pinstripe Blazer, Asos Spot Shirt, Topshop Jamie Jeans, Necklace c/o 852, Pauls
Boutique Bag, Adidas OriginalsStan Smith Trainers

Ever seen a piece of clothing on TV and just had to have it? This shirt was on Kate Garraway of all people and I just fell in love. I love a good collared blouse, I love a bright print and I love a good spot - so this is pretty much perfect! Spots never go out and are a great and easy-to-wear way to add interest to an outfit.

I wanted to go for an everyday look so went for jeans to start and then for a little bit of a pattern clash with a pinstripe blazer. Because the spots are so bold and the stripes quite subtle, this combination can work. To continue on the casual vibe, I went for trainers and a bigger day-time hand bag to complete the look.


Curious George - Naomi

c/o Boohoo Crochet Top & Burgundy Hat
Primark Clutch Bag, c/o Miss Guided Patent Boots
c/o Levis UK Shirt (Amy's) 

I'm a true believer in flower power all year long but of course when Spring comes around it feels so much nicer and fresh to sport those floral prints! I have been after for a wide leg pair of palazzo trousers for Spring and these from George at Asda are definitely my answer and only £14!

I styled them up with a denim shirt layered with my crochet long sleeved top and my suede cape of dreams that I wore for LFW. I wanted to bring out the red in the trousers so added my burgundy hat and bag for a bit of colour.  I like mixing suede with floral prints to give it that current 70s feel. 

How are you wearing florals this Spring? 


Curious George - Amy

Missguided Embroidered Denim Jacket, Floral Dress c/o George at Asda, Asos Floral Embellished Clutch, Missguided Black Heels

'Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking' - possibly the greatest line in a film ever and definitely had me giggling but actually, why fix what aint broke? There really is nothing like a good floral to really get you into a summery mood and to instantly lift your wardrobe out of the winter.

George have got there florals spot on this season offering everything from suits to shoes and the best thing is, all there pieces are super wearable (and affordable too!) This simple shift could be suited to all shapes, sizes and styles and can me matched with pretty much anything for any occassion! With converse on the school run, tick, with a jacket and sandals for a wedding tick.

I have gone bang in the middle of my two examples and gone for a 'drinks out' kinda vibe. The embroidered roses in the jacket tie in perfectly with the pattern on the dress and the sock and shoe combo give a cute feminine feel without being too dressy.

What are your favourite floral pieces for the spring season?


TSOP's Top 5 Spring Essentials

Today is the first day of Spring so what better way to celebrate than with our Top 5 Spring Essentials! We are absolutely swooning over new season collections from Zara and ASOS so we have compiled our style steals for Spring SS15 which every fashionista needs in her wardrobe! From skinny scarves to pussybow blouses, we have got the new season covered....Enjoy!

1. The Skinny Scarf

The ultimate 70s styling piece which will update your everyday outfits in a jiffy! Style this with a blouse and mini skirt for an ultimate soul sista look!

ASOS Long Metallic Skinny Scarf £12
Topshop Floral Scarf £12
Topshop Leopard Print Scarf £12
ASOS Paisley Scarf £12

2. The Suede Skirt

Again fitting with the 70s vibes is another staple for SS15 - the suede skirt. Seen everywhere and replicated all over the high street! Whatever your budget there's one for you!

3. The Pussybow Blouse

The perfect piece to team with those statement mini skirts and you can grab one vintage for around £20! They are great to layer under mini dresses with boots for a 70s look that's perfect for Spring!

Topshop Chiffon Blouse £36
Beyond Retro Mustard Blouse £22
Hawes & Curtis Floral Blouse £29.50
New Look Coral Blouse £14.99

4.  The Denim Dress

Alexa Chung has made the denim dress a wardrobe staple this season and suitable for any occasion even with heels for evening wear! You can pick one pretty cheap on the high street and style it to make it your own!

Topshop Short Sleeved Shirt Dress £55
ASOS Denim Mini Dress £35
Topshop Lace Up Denim Dress £40
Topshop Pinafore Dress £35

5. The Bandana

If you haven't already seen them everywhere on street style from fashion weeks and on Coach at NYFW then it's time to invest! Neck bandana's are the ultimate styling piece for the season and will carry on into AW15 so a great investment piece! 

Zara Fringed Bandana £25.99
Topshop Paisley Scarf £14
ASOS Burgundy Scarf
Zara Blue Bandana Scarf £9.99


Stage Coach - Naomi

H&M Fringed Skirt & Black Rollneck
c/o PLT Chain Bag, c/o New Look Chain Shoes

If you saw the Coach AW15 collection at NYFW and recent street style online you would of clocked the latest obsession with bandanas worn as neck scarves. A simple little styling trick that will update your everyday outfits in a jiffy!

I found my perfect alternative from Zara which was the same concept as the neck scarf but with fringing and embroidery. They also do heavy beaded ones too- so if like me you want to buy into the trend but want something a little bit different then zara is your answer!

I took inspiration from the Coach collection by teaming my new H&M skirt with amazing detail with my heavily studded vintage suede coat. I played on the heavy chain and detailing by accessorising with my chain detailed shoes from New Look and chained clutch bag from pretty little thing.

If you haven't already checked out the Coach collection then do! It's full of nifty little styling tricks that you can adapt into your wardrobe now..