River Island Spring Fashion Wish List

As much as I love winter and winter fashion, I’m really looking forward to updating my wardrobe for the spring! I cannot wait for all the pastels, cute slogan tees and pretty floral dresses!

I recently had a browse through the River Island website and obviously, quite a few things found their way into my spring fashion wish list. Today I’ll be sharing some of my favourite items.

Grey Flower Sleeve Boxy T-Shirt

A cute t-shirt or two should be a staple in everyone’s spring wardrobe. There are so many great t-shirts on the high street right now, but this grey t-shirt with spring-perfect flowers on the sleeves is one of my favourites. I love the boxy fit of this t-shirt, perfect for styling with a pair of high-waisted jeans or under a pinafore dress this spring.

Khaki Green Paperbag Trousers

I’m obsessed with all things high-waisted this season – whether that’s skirts, jeans or trousers. I love the style of this pair of khaki green tapered trousers from River Island, and the paperbag waist makes this a super flattering fit. Wear this with a t-shirt for a casual outfit, or style it with a crisp white shirt for a smarter look.

Rust Red Triple Compartment Cross Body Bag

I’ve been on the hunt for a slightly larger cross body bag for ages, and this one will probably make its way from my wish list to my shopping bag very soon! I love the faux suede exterior and gold hardware of this, and the face that it’s got three spacious compartments makes it perfect – especially if you’re like me and tend to carry pretty much everything in your handbag (#MaryPoppinsVibes). This also comes in so many different colours including black, pink, yellow and lilac.

Pink Backless Loafers

Doesn’t this pair of pink backless loafers SCREAM  spring!? I pretty much lived in my black leather loafers last spring, however this pair of loafers in a pretty pastel pink shade look PERFECT for spring! Wear these with your favourite pair of ankle grazer jeans for the ultimate spring look.

Are you looking forward to spring?

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