After plummeting temperatures this winter, fashion is set to heat things up with the new Spring/Summer collections starting to land in stores now. Here’s what you should be looking out for to set your look alight this February.
Stella & Dot
The american accessories giant only become available to Jersey customers a couple of years ago, yet it is still one of the best kept secrets on the Island. The handmade features of their jewellery and the visibly high quality continue to make Stella & Dot the fashion editors preferred choice. With statement pieces as well as classic keepsakes, the new Spring range is the perfect finish to any outfit. Find a local stylist online to browse the full collection.
£48, selected stylists
Chinti and Parker
Knitwear royalty, Chinti & Parker is fast becoming THE coveted brand to have in your closet thanks to their quirky designs and slogans. Splashed across the chests of Holly Willoughby and Sienna Miller to name but a few, these jumpers are the perfect combination of playfulness and comfort. Renaissance now stock a limited number of these luxury cashmere jumpers, so start saving for your investment piece.
Moda In Pele
Our obsession with pearls in fashion has been slowly sliding its way down our bodies. From earrings to adorned collars, we saw pearls pop up on jeans and denim last season, only to now feature heavily on our feet. These boots from Moda In Pele have everything going for them. Laces, leather, buckles and pearl studs. A little bit grunge, a little bit tea with the queen – expect to see versions of these cropping up at every festival this year.
Since the launch of her clothing line in 2013, Millie Macintosh’s fashion line has been finding its feet and going from strength to strength with each collection. Her Spring/Summer collection is no exception. Renowned for her girlie and slightly folkish designs, Millie has everyone swooning over this red silk top and trousers with sequin embellishment. It may well be Made in Chelsea, but you can nab it now at Voisins!
Top £106, Trousers £115, Voisins
You’re probably only just hearing about this London based designer brand now, but trust me they’re big news! The label is one of the fastest growing in the fashion industry with designs selling out within 24 hours of release. With a vintage/disco influence, the best thing about the brand is its affordable price tag, with dresses selling for between £200-£300. Now stocked at Manna, I would make an investment soon before word starts to spread.