It's not always easy to master effortless spring dressing, but the likes of Sienna Miller and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley sure know how to...
ALEXA CHUNG -
For when the weather just can't decide what to do, take your cue from Alexa Chung and get layering.
AMAL CLOONEY -
For working-wardrobe conundrums, we always look to Amal Clooney. The advice here? Ditch your tights, swap your poloneck for a colourful blouse and live in your pencil skirts.
BEHATI PRINSLOO -
Printed trousers can really pack a punch, as shown by Behati Prinsloo – and they are great for that in-between weather. Pair them with a simple T-shirt and sandals when it's warm, then slip on Converse trainers and a denim jacket when the evening breeze hits.
BELLA HADID -
While denim can be the enemy on hot summer days, it is the ideal material for spring, so don't be afraid to double up à la Bella Hadid.
CLÉMENCE POÉSY -
Open-toed mules can provide the perfect transition into strappy sandals. Wear with jeans and a simple white shirt for an offbeat feel.
BLAKE LIVELY -
Don't be afraid of wearing your summer dresses early, as long as they are not too flimsy.
KENDALL JENNER -
Although Kendall Jenner might have supermodel legs, you don't have to be vertically gifted to wear flares. Team them with trainers or sandals and sport them until summer arrives.
GIGI HADID -
Don't pack away your ankle-boots just yet. Spring in Britain does not always spell sandals – and skirts and dresses can look just as stylish with the right pair of boots.
VICTORIA BECKHAM -
For when it's not warm enough to have everything on show, but too hot to wear something tight, take your cue from Victoria Beckham and opt for loose shirts and trousers.
MIRANDA KERR -
Invest in plenty of pretty blouses and shirts that you can wear with jeans. The formula will work for almost every day in spring.
OLIVIA PALERMO -
Short, floaty dresses might not be quite right for our changeable weather, but sleeved, longer options are likely to hit the mark. Just make sure to carry a scarf or jacket in your handbag.
ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY -
White denim is definitely made for spring. While the material can be too heavy for the hottest months, and the colour is not always right for winter, snowy denim is a go-to for this time of year.
SIENNA MILLER -
We won't do the "groundbreaking" quote, don't worry. But do remember that there are many more prints than florals that are suited to this season. Gingham – as Sienna Miller proves – is definitely one to try.