Layer up with light knit wrap-arounds
Knitted items are traditionally associated with winter, however come spring there's still plenty of options for lighter wool varieties.
During the lighter nights the sun may still be out, but the temperatures remain cool this month, meaning you still need to cover up.
For wet and windy conditions a Mac is a great option, providing a little shelter from the April showers.
But during the little heat wave Britain's experiencing, it can be difficult to get that middle ground between showing off your new spring wardrobe without getting too chilly later in the day.
That's where lighter spring knits come in handy, keeping you snug and comfortable without feeling stuffy during the midday sun.
The Becca cardigan is a great option for the changeable UK weather, with its loosely constructed knit, making it lightweight yet warm with its wrap-around shape.
With its self-tie front it lends itself brilliantly to smart-casual layering.
The petrol blue or navy and white stripe versions help to mimic this season's nautical trend, and keep your casual look relaxed yet feminine by cinching you in at the waist and drawing attention to your figure.
To coordinate one of these stunning wrap-around cardigans, one of the simplest ways to wear it is with a pair of sleek slim fit jeans, preferably in darker denim for more of a continental look.
Under the cardi you could try to embrace the sea-faring colour scheme with some white, cream or red, helping you to make a real statement.
On your feet, don't be afraid to dress your look up or down, with either some knee-high boots or some chic little wedge heels.
The Gemma wedge can add a little colour in its cross-over leather-jute mix, although if its casual weekend comfort you're after you may prefer the flat Salero tan knee-high boot.
British Summer Time is officially here so don't forget to embrace it with your new seasonal wardrobe.
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