We Brits famously love to talk about the weather, but how can you not when it seems to change every hour? If you're struggling to get dressed this month when it's summer one minute and winter the next, thankfully we've spied plenty of brunch-ready spring outfits on our favourite fashion influencers that are perfect for this weekend.
Chances are that you can re-create some of these for yourself using pieces you already own. However, you can also shop the entire looks we've provided. We have a feeling you're going to love fresh new way to style up your comfy knitted dress, as well as the flawless jeans and blazer combination that looks so elevated.
Keep scrolling to see our favourite off-duty spring outfits.
Style Notes: We know the weather can be a little temperamental in spring, so it's always good to have layers at hand. A statement blouse looks so pretty over a pale yellow knit and is perfect for those unexpected cold evenings.
Style Notes: Adding a very spring colour instantly lifts your outfit, such as how Karina has opted for a bright yellow dress, smartly pairing it with on-trend platform heels. We suggest bookmarking this look for any upcoming weddings.
Style Notes: When you start seeing miniskirts being worn sans tights, you know spring is on its way. Until sandal weather commences, pair yours with some knee-high boots to afford you some protection from the elements.
Style Notes: We love making the most of coat weather, particularly when there are chic styles like this on offer. Give a printed coat a cool spin by wearing it with slouchy trousers and trainers, just like Anna.
Style Notes: We’ve never met a jeans-and-blazer outfit we didn’t like, and this one is up there as one of our favourites. Perhaps it’s the soft powdery tone of the blazer, but this sage and vintage blue pairing feels so elevated.
Style Notes: Aside from joggers, knitted dresses are the comfiest thing we’ve worn over the past to years. Give any styles hanging in your wardrobe an update by styling them with a bright handbag in a trending colour, such as cobalt blue or grass green.