The Style Edit: Architectural Fashion

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| Lemaire Top | Zara Culottes | Jigsaw Sally Sandals | Rosie Fortescue for Nailed London in Noodle Nude | Chloe Jane Suede Cross-Body Bag | Boohoo Dress | River Island Jeans | Zara Mules | Le Specs Sunglasses |

The sudden arrival of British spring has left me hurriedly scouring the internet for the perfect warm-weather buys, so I’ve complied a few lust-haves and must-haves for some ‘spring-spiration’ . Trends have taken a sharp turn from the boho bells and whistles we saw last summer (Coachella overload?), and instead fashion has dusted off its inner lady for a more sophisticated approach. Meet what I like to call, ‘Architectural Fashion’. Clean lines, crisp fabrics, neutral colours. The best thing about architectural dressing is that it’s ridiculously modern whilst still being based around the classics. Jeans: check, culottes: check, white shirt: check. Whilst this look is still centred around our fail-safes, it’s still just enough outside of our comfort-zone to consider it a new fashion movement. So say goodbye to the bricks and mortar, this wardrobe is built with softer structure…

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