The Edit | Top Three Trends for Spring

It's Spring, darling readers, which in our little city of Macau means that strange, transitional period between our usual moody winters and scorching summers. In the past, Spring in Macau was a horrible time - full of hot, hot weather, and thunderstorms. I know, horrible.

This year, however, spring has been amazing, all the more reason to dress up and frolic in amazing sunshine around our little S.A.R. 

So read below to assist you with all your dressing up needs (frolicking not included, that's entirely up to you):

Black Dress: Asos - White Dress: Closet - Top: Eyescream - Shoes: Mango - Bag: Dolce & Gabbana

Trend 1: Polka Dots

Believe us, darlings, this year is the return of the Polka Dot. This amazing 50's print is basic enough to rival that of the more popular stripes, and can be styled in all sorts of ways - from girly, to badass, to sporty, if you want. If you are new to prints, The Edit suggests starting with small things, like these amazing heels to match your workwear separates, or this Dolce and Gabbana bag if you're looking to splurge on the trend.

If you're the type to jump in head first into new trends, may we suggest an amazing midi dress in the print? Black with white stripes or white with black stripes, it's up to you. Go for more classic dress styles so you could use it again and again!



Tops: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Trend 2: One-Shoulder Tops

After last year's obsession with the off-shoulder top, we reckon that this year's spring/summer top is going to be the one-shoulder top. Get in front of the crowds by adopting this trend now. Choose a cotton version with trousers and loafers for a daytime look, or a slinky version paired with a bandage skirt and stilettos for a nighttime look.


Blouse: Na-kd - Dress: Wallis - Shoes: Adidas - Lippie: Colourpop - Beret: Asos - Jacket: Mango

Trend 3: Purple Power

ULTRAVIOLET, that's all you need to know. Purple is the color to have this year, and you can either dip your toes in, or just plunge.  For the dipping types, start small - with shoes, makeup or accessories. Shoes-wise, sneakers are, let's be honest here, the only shoes you want for Macau's stony steps, and sneakers in purple will add an extra layer of interest to an otherwise casual look.

Another choice would be a bright lippie. Since purple is such a bright punch of color, we do suggest a matte, longwear lippie, as opposed to a creamy formula so the edges do not bleed throughout the day.

If you're the plunger, a top or dress in purple would go perfectly with your closet.

Happy dressing, darlings! Enjoy and frolic.

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