Float into the new season in soft shapes and delicate florals

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Photography Olivia Tsang   Styling Justine Lee

Florals are back - were they ever really away? - and we're loving the flirty and feminine styles coming our way in 2017. Spring clean your wardrobe and give yourself a fresh look for the season ahead. From bold embroidery to pastel prints, get ahead of the game with these stunning spring styles. 



Dark clothing is great for a smart, classic look, but add some sunshine this season with contrasting yellow. A statement clutch adds instant glamour, and a crochet clutch has an instant holiday feel.

Top by Stella McCartney; dress (worn as a skirt) by Hermès; handbag by Fendi; earring by Céline



Chunky waist belts have big impact - wear with light colours, like this print jumpsuit from Celine .

Jumpsuit by Céline; belt by Alexander McQueen



This cool-coloured jacket by Gucci makes adding florals to your everyday wardrobes a breeze



Calling all fashionistas, this is the coat you've been waiting for. Keep your outfit simple, and let a jacket or brightly coloured bag do all the talking.

Coat and trousers by Fendi; top by Versace



Go fruity with bright colours and simple patterns - grape purple and berry pink are our favourite shades right now. 
Jacket, top and skirt by Loewe



Take an abstract approach with unusual cuts and simplified patterns.

Dress by Ellery; trousers by Chloé; sandals by Valentino



Mix and match different patterns by unifying your colour palette - dark blue is a luxurious base colour to keep a look classic.

Top by Chloé; dress (worn as a skirt) by Valentino; heels and rings by Gucci



Where there is spring, there is cherry blossom - get yourself ready for the Chinese New Year and add a splash of red to your wardrobe. 

Dress by Christian Dior; shirt by Ellery; sandals and rings by Louis Vuitton



Metallics and sequins can elevate florals from girly casual wear to elegant evening attire.

Dress by Burberryring by Gucci

 This photo shoot was originally published in the January 2017 issue of Hong Kong Tatler