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How To Style Blue For Spring

Spring is here already, and it is time to transform your daily looks. With the ever temperamental British weather (summer one, day, winter the next) dressing for the weather is no easy task. For our latest blog post, we turn to three of our stylists for tips on creating successful trans-seasonal outfits.

Blue is one of the most widely used and worn colours in fashion. From dark navy to vibrant electric blue, it’s a colour favoured by business professionals, royals and fashionistas alike. Blue is associated with calm, being safe and balancing and we are yet to find a wardrobe without any blue in it!

Being known as a ‘safe’ colour, blue can sometimes fail to be used to its maximum potential and can look flat and lack depth. Style Doctors stylists Michaela, Deni and Charlotte show us how to style blue whatever the weather.

How To Style Blue For Spring


This floral maxi dress with angel sleeves can easily transition from a special occasion to everyday-wear with ease.

Dress | Shoes | Bag | Belt | Earring | Ring | Sunglasses

This gingham daisy pattern looks girly on first glance but by adding a studded belt and styling with trainers, this becomes a much more edgy look.

Style Tip: Our tip when buying any dress is to ask yourself “how can I wear this again”. If you can visualise yourself being able to dress it down like this dress, it’s usually a sign of a good purchase!

Gingham Floral Dress


Midi skirts are liked by many (but worn by less). That’s because people don’t often know how to make these suitable for every day. Stylist Michaela shows us how to make this tricky item look stylish and wearable.

T-shirt | Skirt | Mules | Bag | Ring | Earrings

Michaela has dressed-down her midi skirt with a graphic t-shirt for a more stylish everyday look. Mixing a casual cotton t-shirt with a more dressed-up fabric like the pleated skirt helps the outfit look much more edgy.

Wearing a midi-skirt with a mule and also helps elongate the body, these white ones are a great option for summer.

Stylist Tip: Tuck-in tops to midi-skirts to help elongate the body.

Midi Skirt


If black is a dominant colour in your wardrobe, you can still add some blue into your outfits in a less obvious way like stylist Charlotte.

Dress | Boots | Bag | Belt | Necklace

This polka-dot dress is a great shape on Charlotte and some would argue that it needs little or no styling. At Style Doctors, we always like to show you how to maximise your purchases! Adding a studded belt helps define the waist and mixing the polka-dot print with a snake-skin takes the outfit up a notch. The blue bag is a great way to add blue to an otherwise monochrome outfit.


Seen so many blue clothes but not sure wish shade works for you? Book a style session with one of our expert stylists here. Find out more about our stylists here and read some of our past style inspiration blog posts here.

Photos : Ersen Ermis

Video : Jordan Hurrell

by Clara


  1. Rhenca Alvananda - May 7, 2019 4:48 pm

    Great style !


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