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Forget Viva Magenta – spring greens are set to take over your wardrobe next season

While Pantone's colour of the year created a flurry of trend predictions late last year, one look at spring/summer 2023's sartorial offerings and it's clear that the influence of 2021's 'Bottega green' is still dominating the fashion world. With Fendi's collection showcasing splashes of edamame, sage and pistachio and Rejina Pyo debuting paler artichoke-inspired looks, spring greens are set to be everywhere – suitably fitting as we impatiently wait for the change of season.

Inspired by the runway's herbivorous shades? Zara's zesty lime flowy trousers (£49.99) along with Marks & Spencer's more tailored offering (£35) and its matching blazer (£65) will make for an effortless office-appropriate outfit once the weather thaws, but if you're feeling the chill, Never Fully Dressed's long fringed cardigan (£129) is the solution to chic WFH layering. For those who can't get enough of apple green, M&S' twill coat (£69) and H&M's oversized jumper (£24.99) will brighten up grey days, although we're saving & Other Stories' midi dress (£95) for the not-too-distant trio of May bank holidays. Meanwhile, Nike's 'alligator green' sweats (£54.95) channel Pyo's calming shades, and muted leek hues are on offer at both Omnes (£75) and La Redoute (£50). We can't think of a better way to get our five-a-day. 

Snowdrop season has officially arrived – but these are the next best things if you can't bear to brave the cold to admire them
Emma Bridgewater / £16
The sun still may not rise until 8am, but this floral print mug will bring a taste of the new season to your morning matcha latte
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People Tree / £95
We'll be pairing this with chunky knits and thermal tights now, but it'll look just as good with a coloured tank come summer
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Glassworks London / £6
Say goodbye to mismatched holey socks and hello to this cotton blend botanical pair
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Vintage Botanicals / £14.60
Fill with doodles, shopping lists and meeting notes – or just enjoy the hit of biophilia from your desk
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Tatty Divine / £37
Not into traditional pearls? This iridescent floral pendant offers a quirky alternative, and even has matching drop earrings
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Junique / £6.95
With shades of olive and pale pink, this vintage print will work equally well against dark moody walls and soft neutrals
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Join us at Stylist Restival 2023 and uncover the true power and recalibration of rest

It's (somehow) still January, and if 2023 already has you feeling mentally knackered, physically fatigued and emotionally depleted, you're not alone. The good news? If you're looking for tools to prioritise your self-care in the year ahead, we have just the thing – returning for its fourth year, Stylist Restival will feature an afternoon of inspiring and practical talks and workshops on mental, emotional and physical rest, mindfulness and more, at the Mondrian Shoreditch on Sunday 26 February.

Bringing together some of the UK's leading experts, the event will include insightful talks from bestselling author Kirsty Gallagher on how the moon affects your sleep, the importance of pressing pause on hustle culture from meditation teacher Giselle La Pompe-Moore, as well as Silent Night sleep expert Hannah Shore sharing the most important pieces of sleep science to help you to optimise your rest. And that's not all – this year we're also giving you the chance to join us as an overnight VIP. Tickets include all afternoon sessions, plus an overnight stay at the Mondrian Shoreditch, dinner at the hotel's buzzy Bibo restaurant with our experts and exclusive activities including a calming pre-bed yoga class and night-time sound bath. It's the pre-spring reset we all deserve. 26 February; £49-£220; 45 Curtain Rd, London, EC2A

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