Spring Picks At The Shopbop Sale

Sheffield is serving up beautiful spring vibes right now and I’m all for it.

For the last 9 months I’ve been kitted out in maternity dresses. I’ve really enjoyed dressing for pregnancy and shared some of my favourite outfits and finds last week. However, despite enjoying these last 9 months and although we didn’t really have a proper winter, I’m ready to start dressing for warmer days.

Luckily, the annual Shopbop Buy More, Save More sale has just gone live. I love their sales, it’s the perfect time to shop with them, especially if you have a few things in mind. Don’t forget to check out their full terms and conditions.

If you’re familiar with Shopbop sales you’ll know that it’s a tiered discount system. So, you simply use the following code:


The code will then activate the following discounts once you arrive at the checkout:

15% off orders of $200+
20% off orders of $500+
25% off orders of $800+

So, what have I got my eye on for spring?

Well, there are few things I have in mind. In terms of style I’m really feeling the 60s and 70s vibe which was something I adored and embraced throughout my university years. I’m pleased to see it’s back for both clothes and the home. I just need to figure out how to incorporate it into my daily life when I have a newborn. I’m thinking a really stand-out pair of sunglasses like these ones from Chloe or these ones from Krewe, earrings like these black and gold hearts form BaubleBar and dresses with long-sleeved floaty arms.

I’m also liking the cute graphic tees which are about at the moment – not something I ever thought I’d hear myself say. I normally prefer more simplistic designs when it comes to t-shirts. I think I’m just after anything that will add a little fun and brightness into my days after all of the grey skies we’ve had since the new year.

Finally I’m really in need of a new pair of trainers but I’m trying to decide if I go for my classic Converse or a pair of Veja. I imagine most of you have heard of Veja but just for the couple who haven’t, they’re a French brand who pride themselves on using organic materials and fair-trade sourcing.

Let me know if you pick anything up in the Shopbop sale or tell me about the colours and styles you’ve got your eye on for spring.