To provide you with some inspiration for your new season wardrobe, we’ve asked Sheridan Smith, marketing manager at intu Chapelfield in Norwich, to pick out some of her favourite fashion themes for spring/summer 2016. ‘We’re loving the look of the new season trends because there really is something for everyone. Whether you prefer classic, tailored styling or a softer, more fluid look; whether you want to flatter your curves or show off your long legs: there are loads of gorgeous pieces hitting the rails throughout intu Chapelfield.’ Visit www.intu.co.uk/chapelfield for more spring/summer 2016 style inspiration.
|JUST FOR MEN||DELECTABLE DENIM||THAT 70’S SPIRIT||KEEPING IT SIMPLE|
|We’re loving the sharp, smart look for men this spring/summer. Tailored jackets, trousers with creases down the front and collared shirts aren’t just for the workplace; they can elevate your look from everyday guy to fashion-forward gentleman. If you really want to make a statement, splash out on a tailored print jacket or coat. Wear it over a classic, muted base layer and you’ll stand out for the right reasons. Men’s accessories, such as the Made in Italy range from BOSS, are the perfect finishing touch to achieve that well-put-together look.||Denim is going soft for spring and summer and we’re seeing a plethora of beautiful skirts, shirts dresses and even shoes. Whether you want to double it up, select a subtle print or simply update your skinny jeans; this is the year to reignite your love-affair with denim. The Karolina pinafore dress from Monsoon is perfect when you’re ready to reveal your arms or with a tight-T underneath.||Call it hippie-chic or boho – we’re seeing great collections of 1970s inspired fashion coming through for spring/summer 2016. From delicate, gauzy fabrics to chunky platforms; fabulous prints to statement costume jewellery: if you’re looking for a bit of fashion-quirkiness in your life you’re going to enjoy this season. We love this sassy frock from Simply Be and this floaty number from Linea at House of Fraser. Two completely different looks but both creating a seventies vibe.||A monotone palette is a simple way to ensure that your style looks effortless; no matter how much time it took to put all the pieces together! We’re seeing masses of monochrome pieces coming into our stores. If you’re going for a sexy evening look, try white as your dominant colour with accents of black, such as this fab look from River Island. Or for a confident and classy business outfit, try black with strong slashes of white or team up black cigarette pants with a sharp white shirt. Check out French Connection for ideas.|