30 Spring Buys From Mango, & Other Stories and H&M That Are Pure Greatness

Before you even think about it, stop. Don't waste your lunch break scrolling through clothes sites, and definitely do not spend your weekend in a shopping centre. Your time is valuable, and should be treated as such, so rather than the prospect of you sifting through 500 pages of new-in clothes and accessories, I've done the hard work for you. 

It felt like last winter lasted an age and summer has passed in the blink of an eye, but now juggling what to wear in the unpredictable in-between is at the forefront of our minds. Wondering at what point we fully commit to sandal season? Are we staying in jeans or confidently baring legs? And, most importantly, can we brave the spring in a summer dress without having to bring a jacket? Either way, it's clear we're looking forward to a consistently brighter season ahead, and at this point, can you really blame us?

Building our spring wardrobes is always an exciting prospect, but rather than prematurely racing to stock up on white dresses and pastels, I decided to give this spring some very special thought. At Who What Wear we're all about finding the best investment buys that you'll happily wear on repeat, and one way to assure that is to hunt down quality pieces that look more expensive than they actually are (it's just that no-one else needs to know that). Having searched through all of the very best that this season has to offer, I found three standout shopping destinations that will tick all of your boxes, and it just so happens that they're some of the high-street's very best: Mango, H&M and & Other Stories. If you're looking for designer looking dresses, versatile separates and luxe accessories, look no further. The big three are putting out premium edits that are elevating high street offerings to a whole new level. 

So, from Mango's trending jackets to & Other Stories exceptional dresses, keep scrolling for 30 brand new pieces that I'm confident you're going to really love. How's that for saving you some serious shopping time?



(Image credit: Courtesy Mango)

Sure, there may be spells of sun outside, but over at Mango, there are enough layering pieces to stay warm when you need it. As we edge towards the warmer months, you're going to need a couple of great jackets and light knits for everything that the Great British weather has to throw at you, and Mango are delivering in spades. This season expect elegant minimalism in a nod to the ‘90s, distressed leather and oversized silhouettes, and of course plenty of bags and shoes that look at least three times their price tag. 




(Image credit: Courtesy H&M)

Good tailoring is invaluable–something that H&M know all too well. Their premium selection is full of the quality cashmere our editors have been buying in droves, but also the leather trousers and pull on separates that have even more versatility than a tee and jeans. Pair with the brand's accessible tailoring and sleek maxi skirts to make the most of the transitional weather, and should you finally be ready to step into your shorts and sandals for the year, check out the warm weather offerings. They'll look just as good with boots as they do strappy sandals.



(Image credit: Courtesy of & Other Stories)

It's all about clever fabrics at this time of year, and with a couple of easy purchases you can ensure your wardrobe fares well in the cooler moments until summer rolls around again. What better time to refresh your wardrobe than the beginning of the year, and if you're looking for wardrobe staples like shirting, knitwear, and of course, plenty of denim, & Other Stories new-in section is for you. Alongside day and evening dresses and strappy sandals are comfy-casuals like cosy knitwear, stackable basics, and all-weather pieces that can be mixed and matched on rotation. 


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Remy Farrell
Fashion Editor

Remy Farrell is a London-based shopping editor with nearly 10 years of editorial experience covering fashion, beauty and lifestyle. After graduating with a journalism degree and working on the editorial and fashion teams for titles such as Grazia, Elle, Cosmopolitan and British Vogue, she moved into the luxury e-commerce sector, working as fashion assistant at TheOutnet.com styling for the social media channels and helping to develop the collections for the in-house brand Iris & Ink. After expanding an assisting and styling portfolio that includes shooting talent such as Gigi Hadid, Victoria Beckham and Miquita Oliver, she also branched out into beauty, creating tried-and-tested reviews and diverse beauty content.In her role as shopping editor at Who What Wear, Remy is interested in discovering new and exciting brands to share with the Who What Wear readership and particularly loves uncovering hidden gems at affordable prices to make shopping accessible to everyone.Born and raised in Sheffield, Yorkshire, Remy moved to London in 2014 and lives in the Docklands with her partner and pug Billie.