Summer is the season to push fashion boundaries. In a good way!
70s inspired fashion is making a huge comeback this summer. It's time to show off those tan, toned legs with sexy summer shorts. Whether you pair these with knee high socks or platform shoes, you will surely get noticed.
Another 70s inspired style. Crochet has been my favorite go-to trend because it is so versatile. Wearing crochet is perfect for any occasion. Dress it up with brown and gold accessories or dress it down and wear it to the beach as a cover-up. As for shoes, pair your crochet outfit with brown gladiator sandals, wood platforms or your favorite pair of clogs. The possibilities are endless with this summer trend.
Jumpsuits and Rompers
Playful jumpsuits and rompers are both equally comfortable and also extremely convertible. They are easy to wear and available in a variety of lengths, patterns and fits. This look isn't for everyone, but on a hot summer day, you will be wishing you had one.
Blumarine designer Anna Molinari made tie-dye completely lovable this season. This was my first pick for favorite spring/summer runway show. Bright neon hues and a hippie chic aesthetic, this collection made tie-dye acceptable to wear. We can't forget Proenza Schouler's spring collection that was also an ode to tie-dye luxe knits. This trend may not stick around forever, but one tie-dye shirt or scarf every now and then, won't hurt a bit.
Neutral colors are classic and girly. However, this color might not be flattering on everyone. If neutrals don't work for you, try nude pumps, beige trousers or a cream blazer. Mixing and matching different textures and styles will create a sophisticated look that is suitable for any occasion. Keep in mind, neutral tones go seamlessly with any color and will easily match any outfit.
White is the quintessential summer color. Clean, crisp white will always be elegant and fashion forward. Basically, you can't go wrong here.
This look is great if you haven't had time to work on tanning those legs! This summer, it's all about non constricting fabrics, so anything that is light and loose. A maxi skirt will go great with a loose blouse or tank for a cute, feminine style.
Underwear is now outerwear. Well, not completely. Leave a little to the imagination! Sheer tops and dresses are seductive and romantic. Pair a sheer top with a blazer and pencil skirt. Perfect for a first date, a girls night out or even working in the office.