We gradually get outside more and more and the time to wake up your wardrobe has come. With sunny days ahead and temperatures rising you’ve got to get your style into the summer game and refresh your racks with elevated warm-weather looks.
From pastel hues, matching separates and romantic prints here we’ve gathered some sun-ready outfit ideas to bring back the joy of this vibrant season.
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Bye bye dark hues! Embracing pastel colours is the perfect way to add a touch of joy and sweetness to our spring-summer wardrobes. Lilac, baby pink, peach, light yellow and mint green and pastels are everywhere and work with virtually anything.
A dress like Mathilde from Faithfull The Brand is the perfect romantic touch for your wardrobe with its baby pink colour, a floral print and sweetheart neckline. And what looks great with pastels? White! Match it up with mid-heeled retro-inspired strappy sandals like the Romy from Rejina Pyo and a shoulder bag like this one from the House of Sunny.
Top off the look with a sun hat like the Rose Rancher from Lack of Color if you want to don the monochrome trend. The finishing touch? Our letter earrings from the letters collection to make a personality statement or the Bang Bang earrings and Arizona bracelet if you want to take it to cowboy territory. Another great idea is to match your baby pinks with the delicate purple of the Cavalier earrings and necklace.
The ‘70s brought an eclectic mix of style influences coming back in full force. Bohemian and safari styles were some of the looks that defined the decade—and they’re just perfect for summer.
Fresh and fun! Who said the white blouse has to be boring? Flounces and billowing shapes are all the rage this season, so think of this cropped shirt from Zara, featuring scalloped lapels, puffed sleeves, and ruffled hem. To evoke a laid back feel of summertime, pair it with loose fitting shorts from Samsoe. The safari-inspired shorts give an updated take on the classic staple yet look relaxed and sophisticated.
The ultimate duo shows how a seventies style is done, but accessories will add a personal touch to an otherwise trendy outfit. A broderie anglaise patterned hat from COS adds a bohemian sensibility to your statement, while a Japanese-inspired leather bag from Rejina Pyo makes everything chic.
Our Halo earrings, Amore bracelet, and Atelier rings will complement your sun-kissed skin and carefree attitude. Try the Chuck Taylor sneakers in a golden hue will electrify the look.
Have you noticed this season’s trends read like a modern love story? Dip into summer’s dreamy mood with pastel hues, soft fabrics, and whimsy bows.
If you love sunsets and long walks on the beach, you’ll love this Cha Cha top from Orseund Iris. The ruched bralette features a bow design and spaghetti straps tied at shoulders to let you beat the heat with style. Pair it with wide trousers from Sandro and everything will look wildly romantic.
Your ensemble needs these leather sandals and handbag from Regina Pyo too. These Larissa Sandals are chic and comfy for road trips and beach getaways, giving you a better excuse to book a vacation. To dress up your look bit, think of Romy Sandals too designed with a square toe and abstract "wave" heel. Of course, those sizzling days aren’t complete without this Felix leather bag to accommodate your warm-weather essentials. A great thing, its classic design will take you to several seasons.
Taking on a softer, feminine feel, our floral-shaped Blossom earrings and rings will put you in the spirit of romance, while our Celeste necklace and bracelet give you the right amount of sparkle and elegance.
This season wouldn’t be complete without some sort of floral reference. So, create the perfect mood for a warm summer night with floral prints, gold accents, and traditional blacks.
Are you ready to bloom? This floral-print skirt from Realisation, teamed with a knit crop top from Zara, gives a dramatic take on '70s glamour. In fact, the Naomi skirt in Flower Power highlights your feminine silhouette while reinvigorating your style with quirk or flair.
Do you know the buttery, colorful leather is set to make its mark this season too? Dress up the look with Rejina Pyo’s Japanese-inspired handbag. To juxtapose the feminine aesthetic, think of these slip-on sandals by COS designed with fine leather straps in a traditional black color.
Fall in love with gold jewelry and fill your summer with sunshine. Choose your favorites from our Salma gold earrings bundle, or wear them in multiple lobes. Personalized necklaces are going strong too, so wear your name loud and proud though our Talisman gold necklace. Gold looks great against tanned skin, making our Mirage and Bond necklaces, along with Nia ring the perfect addition to your warm-weather style.
Tangerine was one of the hottest color trends spotted on the S/S 20 runways. If you’re a minimalist who loves subtleties and streamlined details, you can go for a more muted hue, along with gold accents and breezy silhouettes.
Blend into the sun setting in the sky with this bikini from Mango, with a ruching in a roasted orange hue. If you prefer more coverage, this pair of Pareo trousers from Zara gives a fresh take on your summer style while letting you feel the island breeze.
Do you know headscarves are the hottest accessory to hit the beach? This printed scarf from Mango will channel those festive vibes on brighter days ahead. Of course, nothing looks better with a sun kissed skin than gold jewelry. If you’ve got that “less is more” approach, our Niko earrings, Bond necklace, and Toscana rings will give you a polished look from beach to dinner.
Embrace the season’s most enviable, playful styles with these dreamy pieces. Indeed, looking stylish at the same time fresh under the summer heat is easier than ever.
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