As I've just bought an apartment I don't actually have a lot of money to shop for... but if I did, I'd be purchasing these things from Asos Curve. Asos Curve has a lot of really nice and stylish things, they do great tops and especially dresses, but since my waist is my biggest issue I can't really see myself wearing them. If you're more proportionate, with a smaller waist and bigger chest & hips, then there are some really awesome, girly dresses for you. I also don't like showing my arms, so if I bought this abstract dress I'd wear it with a cropped jacket/a shrug/a cover-up. But hey, that's just me!
I'm also a girl who enjoys casual and easy outfits, so oversized tee's, T-shirt dresses, tunics etc. are my thing. I wear those a lot with jeggings/leggings. I am looking for the right kind of skirt though. One I can wear just under my bust with a tugged-in tee/vest and maybe a cropped jacket. The skirt musn't be too formfitted, as I wan't to look more proportionate and my bum is quite small for my size. So this skirt from Asos is a little "poofy" and unless it's too short, it'd be perfect for that. Plus I love coral.
As spring and summer are approaching, the season's colours are lighter again. Pastels are hitting it big time, especially peach, ivory, lilac and nude. I can usually wear any colour I like, but for this spring and summer I really love peach and nude. Prints are also a big winner and as I like tees, I think a funky print spices them up. As I am a big Twilight/True Blood/Vampire Diaries geek, I think the "Love at first bite"-tee is awesome! If the collar is that loose, I'd wear a vest/tank top/camisole underneath it though.
But not very spring-like... and I don't think I have the guts (or the figure!) to wear it.
I have also fallen in love with these kind of rucksack's. They are very early 90's, which I adore at the moment. The polka-dotted is £28 and the tan is £70, but real leather. If I were to buy one I'd probably go with the polka-dotted, it's cute and I know it might not be a style I'd be into forever, so going for the cheapest would also be smart.