Sunny days ahead: what's hot this spring? | Trending

BLUE SKIES: Among the trends we're loving this spring are bright sneakers, with pops of colour available for women and men. Photo: au.ecco.com
BLUE SKIES: Among the trends we're loving this spring are bright sneakers, with pops of colour available for women and men. Photo: au.ecco.com

A new season calls for a fresh take on what we're wearing and how we're living. Here's some of the things we'll be loving this spring.

Castro trim blazer, $359.95. Tailored jackets and blazers have the capacity to stylishly pull an outfit together and can be worn with pants, dresses or a skirt. oncewas.com.au

Tommy round glass vase, $25.95. Decorative vases can be a work of art in their own right and come springtime are the best way to display blooms indoors. spoilt.com.au

Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, from $1499 (128GB). Samsung has collaborated with fashion designer Thom Browne to create special editions of the Galaxy Z Flip3 and Galaxy Z Fold3, combining fashion and technology. Available from September 10, pre-order at samsung.com.au

Hyperfade, $49 (12 patches). Is maskne ruining your complexion? These patches are layered with 24 self-dissolving micro darts that release regenerative ingredients to help unsightly red marks disappear faster. Available at Priceline pharmacies.

Joy sundress, $599. Nothing sings spring like pops of pastels mixed with brighter hues. gingerandsmart.com

Micro crossbody bag, $259. Tiny bags make a big statement, which is perhaps why the trend isn't going anywhere for a while. maisondesabre.com

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Nude by Nature restoring night cream, $44.95. Part of a new range that uses ethically-sourced plants and extracts, clean skincare should deliver more than just hype and the feelgood factor. Available at Big W, Myer, Priceline, Target, selected Chemist Warehouse and independent pharmacies.

NewWave stars mugs, $39.95. Drinking more cups of tea at home than you ever thought possible? Treating yourself to a new mug is a simple way to enhance the daily ritual, and this unique design is anything but mundane. villeroyboch.com.

Support Local sweatshirt, $179. The lockdown loungewear that lifts spirits. Kate Dillon, founder of She Lion, released a range of 100 per cent locally sourced and made jumpers that support 22 small businesses in the making. shelion.com.au

Happy Curls nourishing shampoo, $17.99. The big curls that we loved in the 1990s are back in vogue. This kids range refreshes, hydrates and defines curls. allkinds.com.au

Scratchboard couch, $29.99. If a spring clean highlights the fact your pet's products have seen better days, treat them to something new. petstock.com.au

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