At Because HQ in London we've been struggling to get our outfits right over the past month. First, we had downpours across the UK, then came the most recent bank holiday weekend heatwave and now the weather doesn't really know what it's doing – and neither do we!

But with payday at last upon us, we can finally invest in those spring/summer pieces we’ve been waiting with bated breath for over the past few months. So whether your looking to upgrade your warmer workwear wardrobe or pack a punch this holiday season, now is the time. We’ve rounded up the best that new in has to offer…

Dress to Impress
Looking for a fit to frolic in the park, take a trip into town or bask on the beach in, then look no further. This edit of summer dresses from sheer and floaty to leopard and luminous will become your one-dress-fit-all staple this season.

Step into Summer
Put your best foot forward with distressed denim, metallic and mesh ballerina pumps, silver and gold buckle slides, a classic fisherman sandal or stylish square-toe slingbacks. Comfy and chic these shoes will keep you moving all day long.

Top Notch
Looking to nail jeans and a nice top, we've got you covered. Opt for the enduring waistcoat trend with this baby blue button-up, or choose puffy white shirting, asymmetrical silks, colourful knits (for cooler days) or a fun track jacket for running errands.

Get to the bottom of it
It's still not quite warm enough to be getting your legs out every day of the week, so we’ve dug out the best bottoms for the shift in seasons. So if you're looking to keep it casual with cargos and wide-leg denim or smarten up with a maxi skirt and twill pleated shorts, here are the trousers, skirts and shorts for every occasion.

Styling it in
The objects in the home are as important as the clothes on your back. And we’ve just made surrounding yourself with beautiful a whole lot easier. With sculptural vases, colourful pillows and furniture, the go-to coffee table book, adorable cocktail glasses and lemon salt and pepper shakers, the interior maximalist in you will struggle to say no!