We might not be out of winter yet, but it doesn’t hurt to dream of warmer days and balmy evenings when you can ditch some of your layers.

As always, the catwalks have been setting the trends of what’s to come in the stores, and with winter sales winding down now is the perfect time to see a style consultant in London to start planning your spring and summer wardrobe.

So, what’s in for the coming months? According to the Evening Standard, among the colours we can expect to see popping up more and more are pistachio and pale olive green. Wear them in a polo neck, dress, jacket or scarf and you’ll be right on trend.

There’s still going to be something of an ‘80s vibe to clothing designs in the coming months. Among the trends set to appear in stores are tie dye and acid wash denim, while large bows are making a comeback on everything from dresses to tops.

We’ll all no doubt be hoping for a summer as warm and sunny as last year, in which case don’t be afraid to get your legs out. Shorts are set to be a firm favourite, whether you’re exercising in the park or heading to the office.

For the latter, tailored knee-length shorts are the perfect option that combine comfort with style.

Don’t forget about your accessories either. Elle recently highlighted some of the top jewellery trends that are set to be big in 2019. Multiple ear piercings are growing in popularity, with people encouraged to layer their earrings and wear items around a particular theme.

Layered messy necklaces are also a big trend for the coming months, so root around in your jewellery boxes to find beads as well as chains that can work together.