F&F Clothing New Season

Another day, another trip to the supermarket. This time it was a trip to Tesco where I was able to combine my food shop with a little walk around the book section (two new books, anyone else love losing themselves in a new paperback?) and a pleasant stroll around the F&F Clothing fashion section looking at the new season Spring drops. I have to say, this has some really nice pieces in it, with the blue floral dress coming home with me.

Floral Prints

Floral prints are always great for Spring, and F&F Clothing have a really varied range of florals, from pretty daisy prints to more watered florals. The daisy print, boho style dress is just gorgeous, and one I totally expect to see on a loop on Instagram this season.

Block Colour

If print is not your thing, there are some great pieces in block colour this season too. The raspberry top totally appeals to my love of all things pink, but if you really like to keep it simple, white, broderie anglais style tops, again with a fairly boho feel, will look great with denim, whether it be jeans, or cut offs as the weather turns warmer.

Spots and Stripes

Prints are not limited to florals, stripes and spots are also part of the current range. I love the red stripe knit top, which has a very ‘found in granny’s wardrobe’ vintage feel to it, whilst the stripy Breton style tops are real staples and definitely worth grabbing. The boho style dress, which had a sort of cheesecloth feel to it, is another one on my list as it is just a stunning Summer piece that would look amazing with wedge espadrilles and a denim jacket, whilst the dotted top with a peplum could look amazing teamed with a pencil skirt or cigarette pants.

Have you had a look at the new F&F Clothing Spring range yet? Thoughts?

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