6 design insiders uncover their spring list of things to get (and how they’ll be styling every thing for SS21)

If your online wish lists at several different destinations are full to the brim with new season pieces, you’re not alone. And if you’re struggling to decipher what to actually add to your basket, then we have the answer. Instagram is often a go-to for a sartorial boost, and if you find yourself being influenced by some of the most stylish women around, again, you’re not the only one. 

The platform allows us all to (virtually) delve into the wardrobes of fashion insiders and see what they’re shopping, and how they’re styling them. Taking a nose into other people’s lives has become a thing of the norm even more since lockdown, and with freedom on the horizon, Stylist wanted to find out exactly what’s on the wish lists of the women who inspire us all daily. 

Here are some fashion influencers and creatives tell us what they’ll be shopping for spring. 

Warning: you’re about to get some serious shopping urges – apologies in advance. 

Abisola Omole 

Abisola Omole

Inventive chief Abi has both design and insides added to her appropriately classy repertoire. A jaybird for an extraordinary vintage find with regards to homeware, and a searcher of covered up high road pearls with regards to style, you’ll in all probability lose all sense of direction in her Instagram stories.

Normally, we need to understand what the CEO has in her saved organizer for the new season. Also, you will not be baffled.

Abisola’s spring picks:

Alright so this ultra female, rose-printed dress is giving me femme-fatale-meets-evening tea-visitor vibes. Furthermore, the ruching towards the middle, it’s the ideal post-lockdown dress.

Mango jacket

An incredible piece to wear as we fingers crossed move into hotter climate. Despite the fact that it’s actual stylish and complex, it has an easygoing/temporary edge to it, making it wonderful to be tossed on with any outfit – regardless of whether it be beau pants and a tank top or a plush slip dress.

Loewe bag

The fact that I’m considering buying this bag is a little concerning, what with it’s £2,500 price tag but it’s just beautiful. The rosemary shade, the buttery leather, the thick wavy pleats – it’s literally a dream.

Eshita Kabra-Davies

Founder of peer-to-peer fashion rental platform, By Rotation, Eshita knows how to find some of the best brands around. You’ll most likely find this entrepreneur trying out the latest drops from the app, and then you can try them, too. 

Creating a sustainable way for everyone to be able to swap their wardrobe, Eshita’s one to follow for designer outfit inspiration that you can rent for less. 

Eshita’s spring picks: 

Shop Oeuvre headband

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