Written by Harriet Davey
From Anthropologie’s size-inclusive collection to Next’s latest designer collaborations – these are the high street edits to know about.
We could all do with some good news right now, right? Well, we’re here to spread the sartorial joy with not one, not two, but four incredible new season collections that will lift your spirits (and your wardrobe).
We’re not just talking about the spring/summer 2021 collections the Stylist fashion team approve of, these are the high street edits that have gone one step further. From Mango’s upcycled denim accessories to Anthropologie’s APlus collection creating inclusive fashion for all – be prepared to be wowed by these new edits that’ll make you want to click ‘add to basket’ before they inevitably sell out.
Anthropologie APlus inclusive collection
Anthropologie is a do-it-all destination for clothes, accessories and Pinterest-worthy homeware. Now, the US-born brand has broadened its size ranges to 6-24 (UK size) in order to create APlus; it’s an inclusive collection of wear-everywhere dresses, nice tops to wear with jeans and holiday essentials you’ll not want to miss.
With multiple collaborations under its fashionable belt, the new APlus edit is exclusively online. Scroll down to see the pieces we predict will cause a stir among the fashion insiders.
Anthropologie Let Me Be dress
Tiers, ruffles and a billowing tunic style – this floaty frock is hand-embellished with beautiful beading. Note: just add chunky, strappy sandals to complete the spring-ready look.
Shop Let Me Be Jemma tunic dress at Anthropologie, £148
Anthropologie Othilia blouse
This peachy blouse with cut-out detail is exactly what the new season calls for. We suggest wearing it with nothing but linen shorts and a straw bag once summer hits.
Shop Othilia Melody blouse at Anthropologie, £148
Anthropologie Peter Som dress
Summer in a dress. We can imagine with dress swishing pool-side at every hot weather holiday in the future.
Shop Peter Som Larissa dress at Anthropologie, £160
Mango upcycled accessories
Known for its Conscious collection, Mango has added to the sustainable section on site with a capsule edit of denim accessories. Usually, denim is one of the fabrics that wastes the most amount of water in fashion production, but Mango aims to tackle this, in the coolest way possible.
Made from recycled cotton, the remnant (or leftover) fabric has been upcycled and transformed into some of this season’s key accessories; from the bucket hat to chunky sandals and squishy grab bags. Elevating any outfit to new heights, this is what we call a guilt-free purchase.
Mango denim sandals
Chunky, multi-strap sandals are key for spring. Give them a fresh feel with this pair made from recycled materials.
Shop denim cotton sandals at Mango, £49.99
Mango denim bag
Update your handbag collection with this quilted denim iteration. Team with jeans for a double denim outfit that totally works.
Shop quilted denim bag at Mango, £49.99
Mango denim hat
Rain or shine, this denim bucket hat is the answer. Add it to a white dress with black sandals for an effortless outfit equation.
Shop denim hat at Mango, £17.99
Zara SS21 drop
If you’re a regular on the Zara homepage (who isn’t?), then you will have seen many new season drops lately. Chances are, you may already have some of these items on your wish list. And we’re about to make this list even bigger. The latest collection to launch is mini edit of premium-feel pieces that’ll bring a hint of luxury to your everyday uniforms, without having to take out a loan.
Modelled by Paloma Elsesser, we’re here to highlight the best bits and we’re heading straight to the minty knitted dress you’re bound to wear on heavy rotation. Add to this the tailored update on the timeless LBD and a slip dress that gets a gold star, and you are about to delve straight into the joys of a Zara haul.
Zara knit dress
Knitted dresses belong in your capsule wardrobe. Wearable across all seasons, try this minty shade midi dress with pastel pink mules.
Shop knitted dress at Zara, £29.99
Zara blazer dress
Simple, sleek and ready to be taken out out, this blazer dress is proof the black dress never fails in the outfit department. Keep it simple with minimal jewels.
Shop blazer dress at Zara, £
Zara slip dress
We’re all ready to get dressed up for even the most casual of events, right? Look instantly glamorous with minimal effort thanks to this golden gown with lace detail. Swoon.
Shop slip dress at Zara, £109
Mix edit at Next
Label/Mix, created in 2017, is Next’s answer to getting a piece of designer without the four figure price tag. By collaborating with a whole host of talent, the high street heroes have managed to create killer collections each season since then.
This time round, though, we’re dubbing this drop as the best collection yet. With polo tops, printed jumpsuits, statement midi dresses and wear-anywhere trousers all created by some of our favourite designers, what’s not to love? We’ll let you be the judge…
Mix/Cefinn jumpsuit at Next
Joining forces with London-based label Cefinn, you’re bound to have spotted this dot print jumpsuit on Instagram already.
Shop Mix/Cefinn dot jumpsuit at Next, £129
Mix/Yaitte polo top at Next
The polo top has made a return and we’ve found the chicest style around. Teaming up with luxury London label Yaitte, this monochrome style is ticking off all the new season trends.
Shop Mix/Yaitte polo top at Next, £59
Mix/Fabienne skirt at Next
Take a wild step into spring and opt for animal print. This universally flattering midi wrap skirt can be dressed up or down with a switch of a shoe.
Shop Mix/Fabienne skirt at Next, £130
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