Summer is passing by, but there is always a reason to add some trendy pieces to your wardrobe.
Please do not be afraid of experiments.
The season is characterized by alluring shapes, vibrant colors, and a desire to recapture a carefree lightness in our attire.
These are minis that the supermodels of the ’90s would’ve been proud to wear, with well over half of the thigh exposed beneath the brief slip of fabric.
The season’s most viral success was designed by Miu Miu, but choose super-statement hues, designs, or materials to make sure that even though your skirt is short, it still packs a powerful punch.
Forget about worrying about unsightly tan lines this season and embrace the straps, whether it’s a top with multiple straps across the shoulders and décolletage, pants with a strapped waistband crisscrossing across the belly, or even both. Even the ankle strap sandal with ties that wrap up towards your knees, a hallmark of retro accessories, is making a strong comeback.
Neon yellow appears to be one of the hottest colors this summer. It looks especially spectacular when worn from head to toe. The look-at-me tone does look great as an accessories accent when combined with camel, taupe, or oatmilk tones, though, if you’re really afraid of it.
Suits may have fallen off the fashion radar for a while, but they are making a strong comeback this season. These outfits, which are stark white and have eye-catching elements like waist ties, contrast black hardware, and strong shoulders, should make the idea of going back to your commute much more pleasant. If you want something different than a traditional dress for your wedding, a trouser suit offers a stylish alternative.
Light fabrics and pretty pink shades – from pastel to candy, rose, and fuchsia – provide an interesting, playful point of difference in the fashion landscape for summer. Add as many ruffles, tulle underlayers, or pastel colors as you like.
The pleated skirt is one of the most wearable trends this season. Keep an eye out for the pleated midi. Aside from that, there are no rules. Printed, plain, colorful, monochrome, paired with knits or a bralette – as long as it’s pleated, you’re set. This trend is without expiration date.
We all know that cut-outs are nothing new. But wherever they appear on an item, appear to be going nowhere fast, so you’d be wise to jump on board. From Christian Siriano to Nensi Dojaka, designers are slashing silhouettes so you can bare as much as you dare.
While tiny bags may still be popular as nighttime accessories, the biggest, bulkiest totes are sweeping the daytime handbag market this season.