In my opinion, if there's a high-street brand you should be exploring right now, it's Warehouse. The British-born brand has developed a knack for creating a variety of pieces that are unique and still work for the everyday. Statement prints are an integral part of its DNA and are some of the best I've seen on the high street. From statement swirls to trending checkerboard, there's sure to be a print to suit your aesthetic. Don't worry, however, if standout motifs aren't your thing. Warehouse is also an excellent stop for elevated wardrobe essentials, so you get truly the best of both worlds.
I've also been impressed by the quality of its clothing. I'm confident that I'll be able to wear a lot of what I own from the brand for many years to come! With spring's arrival imminent, I've been religiously scrolling through the many styles it currently has to offer for some wardrobe updates. Here are the pieces I've loved lately—and I have a feeling you will, too.
Style Notes: As we very slowly peel off the layers we've been wearing for the past few months, I'm looking forward to wearing short leather jackets again! This one, in particular, is a great alternative to the classic biker-jacket style. The utility pockets, with the minimal metal detail, give the jacket such a refined look. As far as I’m concerned, prints will always be a thing. This geometric-print skirt adds a quirky contrast to the monochrome palette.
Style Notes: Cardigans are another spring staple I wear on rotation, and I quite like how they look half-buttoned with a pair of trousers or a skirt for an effortless look. This way of styling tones down the corporate or smart feel of a pair of tailored trousers.
Style Notes: Green shirts have been dominating the fashion world for a while now—this gorgeous green shirt offers something quite different with its ’70s-style collar, nipped-in waist, and satin finish.
Style Notes: Psychedelic prints are an “old" trend I still like to dabble in here and there. I'm a big fan of the colour combination on this mesh midi dress—they work really well together. The square neckline is also a bonus for me. I find it especially flatters busts that are on the larger side.