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Spring catwalk style: get the look from Tu

Get a taste of spring’s hottest catwalk trends by taking a tour through Tu’s new-season collections.

They’re here! Tu’s brand new collections have just landed in-store and they’re already causing quite a stir. Inspired by some of the hottest spring catwalk shows, our ranges are proof that it’s easy to recreate the runway’s chicest outfits without the huge price tag.

Kick off your new spring look with a few pieces from our Dolce Vita collection, with its winning combination of blue and white and a subtle nod to 1950’s Italian glamour. Just add a little flick of eyeliner and tussled hair to emphasise the fresh, flirty effect.


Florals are always big news for spring, so it’s no surprise that designers including Michael Kors, MaxMara and Dolce & Gabbana presented collections full of big, bold blossoms. A sweet printed dress is perfect for sunny days; we’re sold on this retro-inspired design from Tu with its flattering fit-and-flare shape. And until it’s warm enough to show off the frock’s cute halter neck, there’s always our sweet white embroidered cardigan to keep the chill at bay.

St Ives

Or why not try this spring’s statement stripe trend? Follow the lead of this season’s stripe masters Jasper Conran and Altuzzura and try on some crisp bands of navy, white and black. You’ll look catwalk-ready in Tu’s sleek shift dress with its stretchy, tailored fit and flattering V-neck.

Road trip

There’s no denying the influence of the seventies on fashion this season – Etro and Emilio Pucci were just a few of the designers that showcased a plethora of sultry maxi dresses in muted shades of purple and auburn. If you fancy trying the seventies on for size, Tu’s Road Trip collections fuses the era’s willowy maxi dresses with modern paisley prints for a 2015 take on classic bohemian style.

Four fresh trends… which one will you try?