Comfy, versatile and effortlessly cool, boilersuits are often made of a thicker cotton or denim fabric giving you all the utilitarian vibes come rain or shine. Layer with a bright roll-neck and boots to beat the chill, or pop open a button or two when it's warmer for a glimpse at a sleek silk vest underneath.
Mih Jeans Harper All in One, £295; 2NDDAY Agnes Jumpsuit, £195; Both available at Fenwick of Bond Street
If you don't already own a crisp white shirt, now is the time to christen your wardrobe with one of the most versatile pieces you’ll own. Not only can they smarten up cut-off jeans and trainers, or bring together a well-tailored suit, they can also be layered under chunky knits for extra warmth. Check, check, and check!
Sportmax Diretta Shirt, £245; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street & Newcastle
Yes, stonewash jeans are back! And, before you panic, we're not talking about digging out your old acid-wash jeans circa 1980, but instead opt for these much more wearable styles that will see you through endless smart-casual looks from winter through to spring and summer.
Frame The Sylvie Slender Straight-leg Heritage Jeans, £270; Available at Bentalls Kingston; Citizens Of Humanity Olivia Crop High-rise Jeans in Renew, £280; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street & Brent Cross
Even if you're not planning on joining a dance class anytime soon, the flamenco skirt is one of spring's most playful trends, and one we can't wait to wear. Whether you opt for a detailed maxi dress, like this gorgeous floral number from Rixo London, or a more classic ruffle skirt, style them with a big chunky knit and boots to balance out the practical with your inner senorita.
Rixo London Lucy Dress in Diana Floral, £330; Available at Fenwick Newcastle & York; Baum und Pfergarten Scarlet Skirt, £170; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street & Brent Cross
Another gloriously easy-to-wear trend making a comeback is the boho-style maxi dress. Often floral and floaty, these feminine pieces are great for work, evening drinks or shopping at the weekend. Layer up with neutral polo-necks underneath, thick tights and a pair of boots for a chic little-house-on-the-Prarie look.
Paul & Joe Ditsy Floral Maxi Dress, £525; Borgo de Nor Mina Crepe Floral Maxi Dress, £695; Both available at Fenwick of Bond Street
Introducing spring's most sophisticated and sultry trend: silk. We love the gorgeous range of molten metal hues like gold, gun-metal and deep navy currently making the fashion rounds. Update your wardrobe with luxurious separates – be it slip dresses, midi skirts, or pyjama-style shirts that can be layered with more masculine pieces in your wardrobe. Or, if you're feeling bold, fully embrace the trend with a fab silk suit.
Equipment Essential Silk Shirt in Smokey Blue, £280; Mother of Pearl Anita Velvet Trousers, £395; Both available at Fenwick of Bond Street
This spring, tailoring is taking a turn for the bright, bold and beautiful. But if a full head-to-toe '80s fuschia suit isn't your thing, a stylish power blazer is a slightly more subtle way to tick off the trend. Choose a block colour to wear with your everyday basics, or brighten up denim with a stylish check or tartan.
Polo Ralph Lauren Blazer in Sistine Blue, £499; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street
With a nod to the emerging safari trend, the cargo jacket is making a return for spring. Great for layering under big winter coats on particularly cold days, or over cosy knits and floaty dresses; they're the perfect transitional piece. We'll be wearing ours with a lot of animal print.
Rails Collins Jacket in Sage, £175; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street, Kingston & Tunbridge Wells; Velvet Ruby Camo Jacket, £195; Available at Fenwick of Bond Street