Shop the new season with Next

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  • Here's how to shop spring's coolest trends with Next...

    New season, new wardrobe? Yes, spring is fast approaching and there has never been a better time to give your current wares a boost. Luckily, Next has the new spring trends in check and as a result, has your look covered with their new collection.

    So what trends should we be wearing this spring? From minimalist accessories to standout stripes, there are plenty of new looks to try, whatever your budget or personal style statement.

    Cutouts are a major player. One that’s carried over from last season, this is a key trend that looks set to stay. On the catwalks, flashing a bit of flesh was the look du jour, and now, the tricky trend has become even more wearable in the form of cold shoulder tops and Bardot sleeve midi dresses.

    Workwear has a new look, too. Classic navy pencil skirts have been reworked in chic pin stripes, and come with a cool knot-front fastening at the waist. Just add a crisp white shirt and heels to complete your spring-ready, boardroom-appropriate look.

    On the shoe scene, it’s all about comfort, meaning you can slip into some of the coolest SS16 styles with ease. The classic ballet flat has been updated with the addition of a mid-height block heel, and comes in a covetable tan suede that’s a sure fire way to liven up your off-duty denim. Generally, the warmer weather invites a subtle flash of ankle, and for that the block heel ballet shoe is perfect. If like us, you’re feeling daring and ready to take your new season footwear one step further, look to the slider. Next’s chic black cross front pair is ideal for mixing-and-matching with everything in your current wardrobe, and will really go the distance this season, and the next.

    From hardworking blouses to must-have spring accessories – here’s 10 ways to wear the new season trends now.

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