With the rain having washed away the gloomy winter feel and the sun having made an appearance, it looks like spring could finally be on its way. We, at Fielding and Nicholson are already enjoying the blossom on the trees and the daffodils adorning our desks. More so, however, analysing our clients’ wardrobes for the upcoming season and giving professional advice on what’s hot and what’s not. Here are our top 5 tips for what is in this season.

The Colour BLUE!

Whether you wear it as a suit, chinos, shoes, shirts, accessories, it doesn’t matter! Blue took the runway by storm at London Fashion Week and get ready to see a lot more of it in the coming months. We love this, blue is our favourite colour!

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Modernised Technical Outerwear.

This isn’t new, we see it often, people dressed as if they are about to scale Mount Teide or go to battle in a military-inspired overcoat. This was one of the ‘next big things’ a few seasons ago and it is back in full force this spring.




Quirky Prints.

Pinstripes and Windowpane designs have always been huge and they will remain to be, but more abstract prints, with vibrant and pastel colours, such as butterflies and floral designs are soon to be on every street corner!


Short-sleeved sweaters.

Smart-casual, yet quirky, has taken the East End of London by storm in the past couple of years, but it looks to be moving more mainstream. Short sleeved jumpers with a short sleeved shirt and quirky bow-tie will rock the offices of many a media-type this spring. It may sound a bit ‘out-there’ but try it, it may pleasantly surprise you!



Have you ever worn pastel coloured chinos before? Try and match them with a pastel coloured shirt or blazer for a smarter ‘polo-esque’ look. If vibrant colours aren’t prominent in your wardrobe, purchase something bright and see what you can match it with. There is plenty of help available if you don’t know what to look for, email [email protected] and one of our professional clothiers will be able to help analyse your wardrobe, tastes and style.