Spring, is that you? Boy, have we missed you. It’s felt like a good while since we were baking banana bread and joining zoom quizzes, but here we are one year later, and we’re primed and ready for the start of outdoor socialising, small-scale celebrations and occasions and just generally getting outside after months of cold, dark lockdown days. Cue Claudia Berresford, who’s taken our spring dresses for a spin in the sunshine, just in time for the brighter, better days ahead.
If there’s one thing the last 12 months has taught us, it’s to make the most of every moment, making even a trip to the florist feel like an event. Tying in a morning at the market with a coffee and a stroll in the sun with friends and we’re positively beaming and most definitely RSVP’ing. We’d choose a vintage-inspired floral tea dress for the occasion, naturally.
Complete The Look
If you’ve got an early season wedding celebration or some outdoor socialising pencilled in the diary, you may want to consider a dress with long sleeves to avoid covering it up. Our Pascale dress is a riot of colour and print, so it deserves its moment in the limelight [read: sunlight] as much as you do you. Crafted from crinkle georgette with long sleeves and a midi length, it’s perfect for those first signs of spring.
Bringing the sunshine to your wardrobe (especially on days when it’s feeling a little shy), our Elson dress is your one-and-done slice of sartorial happiness. Whether you want to wear it now layered with a cosy knit and boots or really revel in its full glory when the sun shines and you’ve got somewhere to show it off, it will really sing for you.
Although things are still changeable, the horizon is looking positive for seeing our loved ones, celebrating milestone moments that were placed on hold and generally enjoying ourselves a bit more - and we couldn’t be happier about it. Our Sina dress is certainly ready for a party. Bright, beautiful and unapologetically bold, she’s designed with fun and frivolity in mind, so be sure to show her, and yourselves, a good time. Goodness knows, we all deserve it.