New Season Fashion Hits The Store
Expect a full-blown colour explosion in The Store at Restoration Yard this Spring. Our buying team has collated a Spring 2020 edit that cherry-picks the best of the trends from across the shows. Through bright boho dresses with a 1970’s Ossie Clark feel to preppy polkas and stripes, the collections are packed with standout closet heroes.
This season, The Store at Restoration Yard is awash with print and colour. Think fresh apple green and indigo blue as well as sun-baked pastels alongside bright pops of coral pink and zesty yellow. From peasant shell tops, unstructured jackets and blouses to wrap dresses, playful jumpsuits and light wide-legged trousers, expect nature-inspired floral and fauna prints with ethnic influences here and there.
The hottest new collection to hit is the gorgeous celebrity favourite Primrose Park. Make like Amanda Holden and Kate Garraway - adore its boho pretty blouses. Its plethora of print moves through from leafy green on pink prints of leaves and birds to full-on neon leopard spots and tiger stripes, all done with a feminine vibe.
Blouses by Primrose Park from £125
POM Amsterdam’s ready-to-wear returns for its second season in-store and it’s even stronger for Spring 2020 with more quirky-yet-pretty prints. Our personal favourite is the Chinese-inspired Maneki Neko Lucky Cat print that waves out from silky dresses and blouses. Team either dress or blouse with its gorgeously tailored contrast collar and cuff trim blazer for a standout look.
Dress by Pom Amsterdam
We are still in love with Vilagallo for its vibrant Spanish vibe. Our must-haves include a sunset pink shirt dress and the sun-baked pastel stripe shirt. The leopard print in pink neon on white is a win on a shell top and a cute espadrille.
Scarf and Shirt by Vilagallo
Blown-out florals at Bl^nk adorn cute tops, dresses and skirts. The Ossie Clark-inspired dress in a swirl of neon yellow and pink paisley is our wardrobe winner. A Boho Broderie Anglais top with bell sleeves invokes the same 1970s Ossie-meets-Celia Birtwell feeling.
Dress, Top and Trousers By Bl^nk
At Danish brand Part Two polka dot prints work well on wide-legged trousers and a handkerchief hem skirt while dresses come in beautiful spicy yellows.
Dress by Part Two
Another boutique favourite is the M.A.B.E (previously Star Mela) collection of perfectly boho embroidered tops, cute unstructured jackets and floor-sweeping peasant dresses in delicate prints and embroidered-edge cheesecloth tunic dresses with gorgeous frilled shouldering that will be perfect for barefoot summer’s days.
Top and Dress by M.A.B.E
Sisi Gibreel, head of retail at Restoration Yard, said:
“We adored the nod to the bohemian 1970s – especially to the great British designer Ossie Clark in his David Hockney heyday. The palette of pink, indigo and spicy yellows of mustard and turmeric is like looking at old Kodak photos of that decade. Our store is at its best when it is full of beautiful colours and print. This is our strongest season yet.”