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The 10 best outfits I saved on Instagram this week

by Erin Lindsay
21st Feb 2020

Spring layers and plenty of yellow make an appearance in my Saved Folder this week

February is nearing its end, and while we may not be any closer to spring weather, my mind is very much on spring colours. Blues, pinks and plenty of bright yellows are all over my Instagram feed, and this week’s Saved Folder is full of colour, patterns and anything and everything to take my mind off impending storms (is it Storm Ellen next? Give me strength).

This week, it’s all about layering and figuring out how to make those summer pieces in your wardrobe work for you now. Polo necks and tights are always your friend during the winter months, but don’t be afraid to layer pretty blouses over equally pretty dresses – a frilly, feminine look is cute at any time of year, and any extra warmth is definitely welcomed in that wind.

Need some inspiration? Here are ten I’ve saved this week.

IMAGE loves…

This blue-and-green cupcake dream dress from Stine Goya

Whitney Port in peak summer chic in this lemon belted jacket

Who knew that clogs could be so stylish? They’ve gone to the top of my list after seeing this outfit

Snakeskin, orange and green tweed – it may sound like a recipe for disaster but Emili Sindlev shows us how it can be done

Jeanette Madsen shows us the outfit we’ll be copying all spring – figure-hugging knits under oversized blazers

Bright lemon yellow with black leather accessories – a failsafe SS20 look

Zoe Kravitz could do no wrong during awards season, but her off-duty looks are just as stylish. Excuse us while we dig out our check trousers

The latest Topshop Boutique drop, modelled here by one of their personal shoppers, is summer layering perfection

This Ganni patchwork jacket looks set to be one of the it-pieces of the season and it’s styled impeccably here on Angela Scanlon

Prairie dressing on another level. Pair an oversized, frilly dress with school shoes and white socks for the ultimate homage to your school days

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