On Saturday the sun shone brightly all day in London, and I smelt the optimistic promise of spring in the air. It's easy to forget the charm of the season in the cold, dark depths of winter, but now I have had a taste of S/S I am excited for the promise of budding flowers, frolicking lambs and fluffy cloud-strewn blue skies. Taking one look at my winter wardrobe - comprising of a palette of charcoal, black and navy - I know it will be soon to banished to winter storage; dark colours just don't feel 'right' when the outside world is so colourful and full of life. Top of my seasonal wish list is Christopher Kane's anatomical flower tee (no.1), the coolest way to do floral prints for SS14. Stripes have that fresh, breezy spring-appropriate look and Whistles' Izzy tee (no.5) has a boxy cut to update the classic breton for the season. It might not be toe-baring weather just yet, but I will also be snapping up Clarks' 'Studio Punch' jewelled acid bright sandals (no.4) before they sell out - they offer the Prada look without the eye-watering price tag. Have you purchased any spring fashion yet?
2. Crepe pencil skirt, Topshop, £38.
3. Pony & leather clutch bag, ASOS, £30.
4. Studio Punch sandals in lime, Clarks, £49.99.
5. Izzy double face stripe top, Whistles, £65.
6. Fleur logo sweater, Whistles, £75.
7. Nicholas Kirkwood ballet flats, The Outnet, £223.