Us 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 week 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 week.
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 the pastel slip skirt and jumper pairing below as well as a blue floral Rixo midi dress that doesn't have to be saved for weddings.
Keep scrolling to see our seven favourite off-duty spring outfits.
Style Notes: Lucy Williams looks ready for the sun in her white jeans and denim jacket, which she makes more weather-appropriate with her mock croc chunky Ganni ankle boots.
Style Notes: We love how Brittany Bathgate has paired her pleated Arket midi skirt with a khaki overshirt and matching green socks.
Style Notes: This Jeanne Damas outfit is exactly what we want to wear all spring. We love how her cropped wide-leg jeans look with her pale cream ankle boots.
Style Notes: Jessie Bush layers her cosy mohair Mulberry purple knit over a summery floral Ghost dress. Swap the mules for boots if you can't brave cold ankles.
Style Notes: White and cream aren't the colours you'd typically wear in winter, but they do brighten up winter jeans, scarves, boots and jumpers.
Style Notes: Adding a very spring colour instantly lifts your outfit, such as how Enis wears yellow cords with her tan jumper and boots.
Style Notes: Maria Bernad's jumper might be as snuggly as it gets, but opting for a pastel colour makes it feel very much like a spring look.
Next up, see our guide to the key trends for spring/summer 2019.
This story was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.