If you’ve had enough of matching your scarf to your jumper, or accessorising every outfit with a pair of thermal tights, then never fear – help is on its way.
Thanks to the way the fashion industry works, with designers showing collections months before they hit the shops, we already know what you’ll be wearing come spring 2019.
At the recent London, Paris and New York Fashion Weeks, the biggest looks were baby blue, clashing prints, the pink tuxedo, tie dye and bleach denim.
You can get ahead of the fashion curve now by looking out for pieces that fit these forward-looking trends.
Last spring’s pastel of choice was lavender, but this time around its a flattering baby blue shade.
Alice + Olivia came out on top with their New York Fashion Week show, mixing baby blue and white in cloud and china prints.
Elsewhere, Givenchy teamed the trend with another spring 2019 fashion staple – ruched fabrics.
And whilst the colour was mostly spotted on dresses on the runway, fashion houses weren’t afraid to experiment with floaty blouses and skirts.
As seen on the runways of: Alice + Olivia, Marc Jacobs, Ph5, Givenchy, Alexa Chung, Roland Mouret, Rejina Pyo.