Editor’s pick: Fashion labels to fall in love with this spring


Spring fashion is coming instore and online and with love in the air at this time of the year Jarrold Editor Emma Harrowing picks some of her favourite pieces from some of the labels we love.

Tommy Hilfiger Crew Neck Sweater


Instore only

Wear your heart on your sleeve – literally – with this crew neck sweater from Tommy Hilfiger. There is a range of Valentine’s jumpers and tops from Tommy to choose from instore, so come and have a browse on floor 1.

Heidi Klum Tempting Lily Balconette Bra

£38 (matching briefs, £25)


Ditch your traditional black or nude lingerie in favour of rich burgundy this spring as model, presenter, author and fashion designer Heidi Klum has launched the colour as part of her SS18 lingerie collection.

Olivia Burton 3D Bee Embellished Strap Rose Gold & Silver Mesh Watch



There is no doubting Olivia Burton’s appeal across all ages. From delicate floral prints to fashionable rose gold minimalist designs, an Olivia Burton watch is an investment piece for your wardrobe. With SS18’s love of mixing metals and the humble bee (yes the insect trend continues this year) this watch is one of my favourites.

Karen Millen Crystal Hoop Earrings



The hoop remains the earring of choice this spring – and the bigger the better. But why not go for something with a bit of bling? These crystal hoop earrings from Karen Millen will take you from day to night.

Esprit Pattern Belt Bag



The belt bag (or if you are of a certain age the bum bag) is back for another season. This patterned version from Esprit is the ideal piece to add to your wardrobe as it gives a nod to fashion this spring and summer.

Ted Baker Graycie Blouse



If you want to inject a touch of spring into your wardrobe you cannot go wrong with Ted Baker. The label loves its floral prints and this season it seems they adore them more than ever as the collection has  a plethora of bold flowery patterns on dresses. skirts and tops. This blouse is the perfect piece as shirts are tipped to be your hero piece for spring.

Levi's Graphic Crew B Sweatshirt



The sweatshirt will come into its own this spring – and will be the cover-up for summer. Choose one in a neutral colour so that it will go with practically everything in your wardrobe, and if you can find one with a touch of camo print so much the better!

Esprit Organic Cotton Chinos



The chino offers a great alternative to jeans, and if you choose a pair made from organic cotton so much the better. This pair from Esprit ticks all the boxes for style and sustainability.

Ray-Ban Erika Unisex Sunglasses



A pair of Ray-Bans had long been on my wish list until I got a pair a few summers ago and I’ve been wearing them when the sun is shining ever since. The Erika suits both men and women and the classic style means that you will wear these for years to come.

Skagen Hagen Tan Leather Watch



The simplicity of Scandinavian design appeals to those who love timeless style. Available in a range of styles, a Skagen Hagen watch is both minimalist and functional. This one with it’s blue dial and tan leather strap adds a touch of spring colour to your look too.

Tommy Jeans Ryan Straight Fit Jeans



Straight fit jeans are more flattering than the skinny styles, and with baggier denim looks coming into fashion by autumn, this fit will take you half way there.

Barbour International Racing SMQ T Shirt



The t-shirt is a wardrobe staple. Make yours a logo emblazoned one and you will earn extra fashion points. This one from Barbour International takes the logo tee to the next level with a print of King of Cool, Steve Mcqueen along with the distinctive Barbour International branding. Oh, and the khaki green also gives you extra style points this spring.





Meet the Jarrold Editor

Emma Harrowing is our Brand/Editorial Manager with over 18 years experience editing and writing for fashion and lifestyle magazines. Our Editor's Picks contain products that are carefully selected by her with the aim of helping you get the most out of shopping at Jarrold.

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