How This Top Fashion Blogger Is Shaking Up Her Spring Wardrobe

Here at Who What Wear Australia we see street style as an educational tool. We're keen students at the school of elevated dressing, studying the looks of bloggers, editors and It-girls as though we're cramming for an exam—all before we take on the role of tutor and pass our newfound wisdom onto you, dear readers.

At the start of October, we dished out some homework, tasking you to participate in our 30-Day Spring Wardrobe Challenge (complete with notes on how to pull off trickier trends like sequins and colour-block knits). Needless to say, it's been far more exciting than practicing algebra.

Melbourne-based blogger Jasmin Howell has joined us for this ride through spring fashion, and her outfits have quickly become yet another fashion-girl resource. She's consistently nailed every one of her #WWWspring30 looks, teaching us even more fresh styling tricks along the way. Scroll down to see some of her outfits, then head to Friend in Fashion for all the details.

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This year has been all about the décolletage, and we've gone with it. Strategic flashes of skin though cut-out dresses and off-the-shoulder tops has become a given, while styling a business shirt to show a little more collarbone makes it modern and fresh. We're all for it. 

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Although one of the trickier challenges, seasoned pro Howell shows us how to nail this look. The contrast of the darker clutch is just what the complementary floral tones need, while neutral shoes keep it modern.

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Monochrome and Chanel, is there a better match? We'd wear this look on days we have to impress. Nothing says "I mean business" more than a structured skirt and simple knit. 

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Trust Friend in Fashion to marry four key trends into one killer look! Her duster coat, slides, sequins and blush tones hit all the right notes for trans-seasonal dressing—this look is casual, but shows she knows exactly what she's doing. 

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It's no surprise pink was the hero of this single-colour look: it's the fashion-girl colour of the year. Wearing one hue from head to toe is the easiest way to look pulled together—just keep tones complementary to avoid any clashes. 

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