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As London Fashion Week wraps up and the celebrities jet off for the catwalk's of Milan, we look at the hottest styles from British designers which we predict will have you looking bang on trend for Spring Summer 2015.
Little shift dresses, paisley shirts and bright handbags were a running theme throughout Henry Holland's retro collection which harked back to the sixties. Pull inspiration from the catwalk by infusing bright colours such as oranges, reds and yellows into your wardrobe and opt for patterned accessories if you aren't quite brave enough to wear bold prints.
Less was definitely more on the runway at the Marios Schawab show in London. Neutral colours dominated the collection with the odd shirt featuring a pop of colour. Think office chic - so keep your silhouette neat by sticking to shirts and blazers, or layer both if you really want to nail the look.
Julien Macdonald proves that lace isn't just for your wedding day as he debuted both daring and romantic designs during his catwalk show. If you fancy the romantic look then short floaty style is key, or if you simply want to turn heads why not try a sheer lace number?
Over at the Topshop Unique show they showed that next spring is all about dressing down not dressing up! Make sure you get the perfect balance by pairing a polo style top with a stylish skirt at night, or do it like Jourdan Dunn and opt for bold stripes to nail that referee look.
Think big! Draw some inspiration from Marchesa by adding texture to your clothes with layered a-line skirts and floral appliqué designs. We predict this will be a big trend next spring.
Sheer clothing can still be classy if you wear it right. Burberry were just one of the many designers to lead this movement during London Fashion Week with sheer blouses taking over the catwalk. If you don't fancy being as risqué as model Suki Waterhouse, then fake it with a nude leotard or body suit that you can wear under your clothes for that nude effect.