It’s that time of the year again, where new women's arrivals have just launched on our site. So to help you refresh your wardrobe, we highlight the top pieces from our favourite brands.
We all hit a moment where we feel stuck in a rut, and no matter how much we love that one particular jacket in our wardrobe, there comes a time where we yearn to update our wardrobes with new [clothes]( that make us feel as refreshed as sipping an icy drink on a hot day. From alfresco lunches with family to drinks out with friends, it can be tricky finding items that work for a rota of activities and with the weather, as it’s somewhat hotter than usual. Whether it’s a subtle pop of colour or a rainbow-hued dress, injecting vibrant shades into your wardrobe is an easy way to instantly liven up any ensemble. Look for bold prints and patterns as they work well in revitalising existing basics. If you’re feeling adventurous, clash prints together to create a striking, statement outfit. A great styling tip for this is to choose prints with at least one colour in common for a coherent look. From [dresses]( and [jumpsuits]( to [blouses]( and [skirts](, we take a look at all the [fresh new arrivals]( on our site and pick our favourite pieces so you can find the perfect wardrobe addition.
#### Dresses & Jumpsuits When shopping for a [dress]( or [jumpsuit](, it’s always a good idea to look for universally flattering features, such as V-necks and [A-line silhouettes]( [Olivia Rubin’s Thea dress]( is just the very thing to wear to an outdoor, garden party and is sure to make a statement with its complementary rainbow-hued stripes. An LBD (read: little black dress) is an essential wardrobe staple and [this one from rag & bone]( cuts a flattering figure with a button-down front. Floral prints instantly bring summer to mind, and [this dress by Victoria Victoria Beckham]( showcases an artsy rendition of the pattern, whereas [Stine Goya’s Valentina dress]( is simply designed with daisies over a black backdrop. If you want to wear something different, go for a jumpsuit like [this bold one from Kobi Halperin]( Pair it with stilettos and earrings when going out for drinks or under a blazer and pumps for chic office attire.
#### Tops & Jackets If you want to subtly update your wardrobe, separates are a great option as they can be easily paired with well-loved pieces. Dress your favourite [jeans]( up with [this pastel blouse from Stine Goya]( or with [this colourful shirt from PS Paul Smith](, which reinterprets classic stripes with a swirled design. Evoke a pared-back, bohemian aesthetic with [this printed top from Camilla](, which contrasts an illustrated design against a billowy silhouette. Lightweight jackets are a great layering option when the weather takes a dip or if the seasons start changing. [Olivia Rubin’s Betty blazer]( comes in a pastel pink colourway and features star-shaped buttons, which adds a playful touch to the formal silhouette. [Boutique Moschino’s version]( is simply detailed with a chain round the neck and a large bow, giving the structured shape a classic feel.
#### Skirts & Trousers For the most hardworking pieces in our wardrobe, look for styles that you already love but with a fun twist. [Stine Goya’s Audrey skirt]( updates a timeless A-line shape with candy-coloured stripes and is gently pleated for an elegant feel. A [pencil skirt]( is another wardrobe staple, and [this one by Liviana Conti]( is cut with a slit down the middle for a more contemporary feel. Animal prints are another easy go-to for patterns and [No.21’s skirt]( features a sequined version of zebra stripes and works well with your favourite T-shirt. [Victoria Victoria Beckham’s trousers]( are tailored for a slim fit and detailed with red stripes down the side, giving the workwear essential a pop of colour. Metallic hues instantly make a statement and [these trousers from MSGM]( will perk up even the plainest of blouses.
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