Kicking off Summer! A Guide to our Favorite Styles

Friday, June 21st is the first day of summer and we are kicking off the season with a little Barcelona adventure for the city’s Saint Joan holiday Non-stop partying with fireworks are happening this weekend to celebrate the shortest night of the year and to kick off the official start of summer!

In honor of this event, we are devoting this post to our favorite hot summer styles. Keep it light, fun and flirty this season by keeping these trends on hand in your summer closet: a ton of pastels, prints, ruffles (always fun and feminine), cutouts and transparencies! Check out our inspirational guide below…


Runway

Put away those long sleeve tops and look abloom in white and ruffles! This Isabel Marant one shoulder top can have you looking flirty during the day and chic in the evening.  Keep the tone light with some heels and delicate jewelry.


This Peter Pilotto cutout dress with an explosion of colors and patterns will have you look striking on a night out. Cutouts are definitely in and ideal for summer time. They allow your skin to breath and give a teasing peek to those around you all while staying absolutely classy. And hello bright and bold yellow ruffles for a touch of flirt!


Transparency is in style this season and in the classiest of ways. Akris has styled this dress in a way to make it look sexy as well as completely elegant and feminine. Add a splash of red lips to this outfit and you are ready for a date!


Street Style Inspirations

Take a peek at what lovely fashion bloggers are wearing this summer!

This pale romantic dress accompanied by pastel colored accessories will certainly have you looking delightful on that lunch date. He will not be able to keep his eyes off you!

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Bring some flora into your wardrobe like this floral patterned skirt. Perfect addition to your summer wardrobe.

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If you’re planning on spending the day at the park reading a book or going shopping – think white overalls! Add a pair of circular sunglasses to the outfit and you’ll look cool no matter your plans!

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One’s to Watch

Here are more inspirations for this summer from our very own One’s to Watch designers.

Attending any weddings this summer? Look beautiful in this light pink dress with sheer top escorted by a feathered hot pink headpiece.

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Bring this sheer outfit along with you when exploring a new city! Avoid looking like a tourist in this subtle and chic outfit.

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Summer time is vacation time! This short and bright outfit is ideal if you are headed to a tropical location or even to your nearest beach. Don’t forget the hat to protect from the blazing sun!

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GEOMETRIC

Posted by: Verónica Maya

From color blocking to cross-stitching, we bring you inspiration behind the style that has everyone playing a little optical illusion lately: GEOMETRICS. Not only is it a throwback to the ’60s when Twiggy ruled the look, but it is the perfect style, cut, color combination to cover up any and all of the good, the bad and the ugly. Your secrets are safe with GEOMETRICS.

Twiggy

We bring you inspiration from catwalk to street style to up-and-coming designers that own the flavor of the season, GEOMETRICS.

RUNWAY

For your summer evenings commitment keep it low-key with Missoni’s GEOMETRY combo of pastels and sequins.

And for day time, check out Derek Lam’s and Philip Lim’s clean cut & color block GEOMETRIC look



If you dare a little more complexity you can tilt the cuts and the stitching and wear them with transparent combination as does Sportmax.

And more inspiration…..

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STREET STYLE INSPIRATION

Now we take you to the pavement to check out our favorite bloggers and see how they work the GEOMETRIC.

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ONE’S TO WATCH

Last but certainly not least we bring you the designs of inspirational up-and-coming designers

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PARME MARIN

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