Blooming Marvellous

It’s always a privilege dressing up for the spring, especially when those first rays of sunshine finally hit our skin after the cold winter months. Some people wear bright colours to show their appreciation of the sun finally arriving, others wear patterns, but a lot wear florals to parade around in their bright mood.

This Fashionista is no different in her use of colours and prints to show how truly lovely it is here in Budapest. The weather is warm and dry and the dresses, skirts and shorts are coming out of hibernation from the wardrobes to brighten up the streets.

It’s very simple to attain this Fashionista’s street style when you go through the high street stores at the moment. Those simple neutral colours are consistent with a very warm, summer-like vibe, and are very easy to wear during the hotter months. Floral tights and leggings or pants are a brilliant way to make an outfit more colourful and really emphasise the classic design of this printed skater dress.

To achieve this look is very easy for all Fashionistas looking for a simple outfit to wear around campus. Very comfortable skater dresses are very “en vogue” at the moment and are great teamed with a pair of pumps or sneakers for the warmer months of the year.

Choosing a light colour like sunshine yellow or mint green ensures you are bang on trend as pastels are rocking the catwalk this season. Teaming it with a floral pair of tights creates a beautiful outfit that reflects happiness and growth and nature, a perfect choice for this gorgeous March weather. Matching it with some coloured sneakers or pumps is a great solution to get you out of that winter rut and truly into spring-time, especially with a large tote or satchel.


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