Easing your way out of your comfort zone is easy when the results are so stylish...
Yolisa Segone works as a presenter and lives in London. Yolisa is wary of print so the matchy – matchy trend is pushing her style limits.
The top to toe florals seen on the catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana inspires this shirt and trouser look. Avoid PJ territory with slim tapered trousers and a heel.
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Susan Mason, 50, lives in Esher, Surrey with her husband and two children and works at a London art school as a model for portrait painters. Susan loves the off the shoulder’ trend but needs convincing that it works for everyday.
Still worried to take on the trend? A dress with cut-away shoulders is the most flattering approach and an easy entry point.
Strapless bras not working for you? No problem, there are so many bras that are made to be seen. Its time to embrace the underwear as outerwear trend and really show it off.
Top and skirt as before Bra, £25, 32-36 A-DD, Rosie for Autograph at Marks & Spencer
Susannah Jones, 38, lives in Hastings, East Sussex and is a stay - at -home mum to her three-year-old son. She loves fashion and would like to revisit the sweetheart neckline trend.
The chicest way to wear this trend? Avoid print and stick to neutral colours.
Samantha McDermid, 44, lives in Harrogate with her husband and daughter and is the CEO the jeweler brand Infinityandco.com. Samantha loves wearing suede and leather in winter but wants to know how to make these work for spring.
A sleeveless suede dress allows you to layer up to suit the climate. Need more warmth? A lightweight knit or blouse works every time.
Stay away from the black! A coloured biker jacket is so now and acts as a palette cleanser. Suede and leather often comes with a heftier price tag so you need to know these won’t date – opt for simple, classic silhouettes for style longevity.