This post is sponsored by Collect Plus.
So a month or so ago I spent the day filming tonnnessss of videos with Collect Plus. I pulled together lots of looks from all the retailers they offer Click and Collect with, from ASOS to John Lewis and we spent the day filming five videos full of tips. How to wear the Spring trends? Check. How to pack for a weekend away? Check. Workwear look for under £100? Check! I thought I would share my favourite looks that we shot today, and allll the videos too. Each one is just a couple of minutes long, so please do have a watch of each of them. Hope you enjoy and get some inspo too!
1. How To Wear Pink For Spring
I think i've lost count of how many times I have said I love pink for this season. It's such a refreshing way to update a minimal wardrobe like mine, and I have also been finding it super flattering. For me the key is to stick with dusty pink tones, they feel a little less girly and therefore a little more within my comfort zone.
1. How to wear gingham for spring
Gingham is everywhereeee at the moment, and it's a print I am loving! I rarely see an outfit featuring some gingham that I don't completely love, and the high street really is doing it best. From skirts to jumpsuits, swap your denim for some gingham and it will completely liven up your look.
4. Wearing The Spring Trends Now
Ohh now trends aren't usually my forte. I think we all know I am usually about six months late to any big trend, but things like the aforementioned pink and gingham have been making me feel rather on trend at the mo. Spring dressing can be tricky, but hopefully this video will help not just with trends, but also a few transitional dressing tips!
4. Packing For A Weekend Away
This is one I have just been putting to good use while we were in Madrid! For this video I tried to tie in each item into an outfit twice, to really reduce on packing and make travelling with hand luggage an actual possibility! Finding items that can really go from day to night is the key!
5. Workwear Looks Under £100
I get so many questions about workwear. While I don't an office based job, I am always inspired by workwear. You all know how much I love tailoring, and I've always dreamt about a killer workwear wardrobe for a job I don't have. For this one the challenge was keeping each look at under £100, I was very impressed with the pieces we found on the high street.