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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at London Met chapter.

So with the return of the mighty sunshine, it is safe to say that the UK may have just missed the snow scare! (Phew) With many sources arguing that England is expecting its coldest winter yet, and the high chances of snow coming to London town, many Brits feared the idea of the never – ending winter in the UK.  But with the start of spring and the sunshine we have all yearned for, with temperatures of 18 degrees celsius; it is also time to welcome the colours of happiness!

Chuck your dark’s and dull’s out and pull together the bright and pastel yellows.  It is fairly clear that the fashion world want us to resemble the lovely sunshine and wear a lot of yellow this season.  It is the best and certainly the most fashionable way to dress this time of year and regardless of the amount of sun rays we’ll be soaking up this season, it is almost inevitable to ignore these fun and bright colours.

I generally love colours that stand out and try to mix up the colour code in my wardrobe at all times of the year, but this season in particular, the ‘daffodil colour scheme’ is sure to leave it’s mark on us – I mean, literally.  Mixing up the florals and pastel tones is also a genius idea for the love of spring and summer.  

A-line midi – length skirts which are a great statement for any outfit is another jaw – dropping  fashion winner.  Whether its combined with a plain white tee or a simple vest top, A – line skirts are sure to be the highlight of the season; or better still, combine them all!  Keywords of the season: Yellow.  Floral.  A – line skirt.  Whatever you do, be bright, be colourful.


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Hi!My name is Norresa Perucho and I am a 3rd year journalism student at London Metropolitan University, working part time as a receptionist at a health club in a 4* hotel in West London.I own my own blog known as rawpetiteness.wordpress.com and I am also a Campus Correspondent for U.S. based website known asHer Campus, in which I am the editor of the London Met page.My family are from The Philippines but I am a native English speaker which has helped me to further develop my passion in writing and journalism.I have journalism work experience at Gay Times, Women’s Health UK, Surrey Herald Newspapers and Fil-Event.com.I also have a 2 year experience as an event manager for a dance competition known as the, ‘FYF Dance Competition’ where I managed a group of volunteers, learnt about time management and the group work.I have also experience a security guard at the London Olympics 2012, Wimbledon site as an X-Ray Scanner, bag searcher and body searcher.I love going out to eat, shopping and watching films in the cinema. I also love summer beach holidays. I hate the cold, the rain and nearly all sorts of vegetables... well: onions, garlic, ginger, eww.  I also love the sound of my own voice!A selfie-fanatic, and busting dance moves in front of the mirror, I love to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.You’re most likely to find me stuffing my face with burgers and steaks!Contact me on: Norresaperucho@live.com & @rawpetiteness  HCXO