The Ultimate Women’s Fashion Spring Style Guide

Cheryl Musimwa


Spring is right around the corner and what better way to welcome the cool sunny season than stepping out in style with bold floral prints?

Pair your boring white shirts and blouses with daring, edgy, graphic neon print pants or tone it down with a bold make-up look with delicate pastel coloured prints.

Whatever your poison, you’ll definitely turn heads with this striking spring trend.



Stripes are in this season. If you put on weight in winter (as most of us did) then you’ll love this minimalist trend!

Lucky for you, stripes create an amazing illusion of slimming down your silhouettes and lengthening the body. Go for a no-fuss look and pair head-to-toe stripes with a nude pair of sandals.


Drama lovers, this one is definitely for you. We’re talking loud blazers, puffy and billowy sleeves, bright colours, waist-cinching statement belts and chunky jewellery. Your feet get a bit of 80s glam, too, with the return of the mule. Modernise your mules with some fringe or feather detail for a truly chic look.


When life gives you lemons…wear yellow! Light up your wardrobe with this cheery colour.


Sheer dresses are ruling the S/S runways and we’re loving it. This trend might be too racy for our conservative society so opt for a demure look and pair your sheer garments with light duster coats that you can discard for evening outings.


Image sources
Flower power: @jackieina, @qaanitataorrie
Hide and Seek Cutouts: @mihlalii_n
Stripes: @samiiegh_m, @shahdbatal, Yaone reftense by Cedric Nzaka
The 80’s are back: @matte_nolim, @kefilwe_mabote, Gettyimages
Yellow Fever: @yaone_reftense, Pintrest

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