Photo Credit: @Beyonce
We’ve spotted queens such as Beyoncé showing us how to rock double denim, influencers in vibrant colour coordinated outfits, y2k looks and risqué cut out pieces on Instagram this week – giving you all the SS21 inspiration you need.
In an iconic Instagram comeback, Beyoncé showed us that double denim is back – she’s spring ready in an Alessandra Rich co-ord. The perfect trend to add to your basket this season to look stylish and put together with two easy items. Bey styled the look with a vintage Chanel bag, bow embellished pumps and a pair of slim square sunglasses – proving that casual doesn’t have to be dull this spring.
Looking for a morning coffee run outfit? This look is perfect for all your lockdown easing get togethers, with a warm neutral colour palette and enough layers to keep you comfortable on colder days – this will be your go to look. Ines is wearing a pair of Soul Lesures derby shoes which are embellished with a gold chain, bringing cool to chic. The details are everything here, with her trouser chain co ordinating perfectly. Style tip: don’t just co-ordinate colours, co-ordinate your accessories too.
Mugler’s new collection is all over our feed this week, with one of their staple pieces being this insane two-tone denim co-ord. Figure flattering and head turning, Chi Virgo paired the set with a EYTYS block heeled patent boot – giving us another insight into how we can style double denim this spring.
Leave em on red. Kylie took to Instagram this week in a custom RUI red crop, the brand which creates poetic pieces exploring the relationship between skin and garment. Their cut-out range is perfect for SS21 with the evident rise in risqué trends and unique patterns. Paired with a pair of leather trousers, this look is bound to turn heads in the beer garden.
Another influencer flaunting in new Mugler, we spotted Solene OJ in the illusion neckline bodysuit – this piece is a must-have to complete your wardrobe this spring if the cut-out trend is for you. She has paired the piece with a simple pair of flares, a timeless silhouette, and the pop of colour is incorporated with her ATTICO neon green mules. Style tip: use your shoes to add colour to any look this spring!
Who said you can’t be comfy and look runway-ready? Tara was both in her futuristic outfit this week. Featuring a pair of open-toe clear heeled sandals by ASOS Design, a perfect staple piece for this spring. Juxtaposing with her choice of grey sweats which proved to be an unexpectedly cool combination. The accessories in this look make it even better, with a trending pair of rimless sunglasses giving us major y2k vibes and her puffer silver tote pulling all the tones together.
Dripping in Dior, Sinead Hartnett brought a vibrant splash of neon to our feeds this week. In an eye-catching floaty midi dress, the perfect spring piece for any occasion, paired with a neon green pair of heels. If you’re looking for a way to bring colour blocking into your wardrobe, then add this look to your basket! Style tip: choose your palette and mix and match colours.
Olivia & Alice
We can’t forget about pastels this SS21 and nothing says Spring like lilac. The duo took to Instagram in a colour blocking look, combining a And Other Stories patent monochrome jacket with a pair of wide-leg trousers – because the brighter the better. Both sisters wear all-white Grenson platform loafers, a silhouette that we’re predicting to be everywhere this season for its versatility and stylishness. Get them first!
If you didn’t already know, Juicy Couture is hot right now with Gen Z’s resurgence of y2k fashion. Azzelle wears a forest green velour hoodie with a plaid mini skirt, giving us clueless crossed with Paris Hilton energy. She’s accessorised the look with a chic pearl necklace, keeping it simple yet bold. This look is perfect for the hotter days coming this spring – we’ve paired the outfit with a pair of badass platform boots to complete your basket.
Remember when we said your shoes can influence the colour palette of your entire outfit? Aleali proved just how effective this can be with her Nike x Coral Studios Air Max 95’s which are a florescent blue and orange. This brand re-imagines pieces with collaborations that use materials causing less harm to the reefs and oceans – making this look both stylish and sustainable. She’s co-ordinated the trainers with a blue puffer jacket and orange puffer bag – all tied together with a pair of low-rise black cargos. If you were wondering how this trend can possibly work, this outfit says it all.
Spotted on the streets of Beverly Hills, Rihanna looks vibrant in her Celine Hawaii-themed button-up shirt – with hints of blue, green, pink and yellow. She paired the satin piece with a mini distressed skirt and a pair of lilac heels. Giving us all the inspiration we need to look glam-casual on our grocery store runs this spring – with hints of pastel, neon and denim all in one look.
Words By Natasha Legge, Graphics by Millie Pollok