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3 Essential Summer Fashion Trends

Posted on Jun 05, 2014

The tulips have bloomed and your first veggies are on their way. The patio furniture has seen its first sit-down meal of hotdogs and potato chips. Yep, summer is here! Whether you’re headed to a garden tea party or just to the yard for another hotdog, here are three essential fashion trends to last you through the summer.

 

Watercolor

Watercolor is everywhere right now, and it’s perfect for the season. This pretty pastel blending can be seen in everything from elegant eveningwear to edgy hair color. It’s effortless to dress up or down and either way you’ll look simultaneously ladylike and laid-back.

TRY THIS: Our Murano glass and Monthly Flowers pair beautifully with any watercolor ensemble.

 

All White

Clean, crisp, classic—there’s nothing quite like all white in the summer. If all white is just too much for you, add an accent color to break it up. A bit of black will make it sleek, graphic and modern. Navy blue will lend a preppy, nautical feel and a touch of bright yellow will give it up-to-the-second cool.

TRY THIS: Use our shop by color feature! Shop for white, or look for that perfect accent color.

 

Femme Festival

Didn’t make it to Coachella this year? No problem—take a page from the music festival-goers anyway and try the Boho chic trend. Whether you prefer denim cut-offs and kimonos or maxi dresses and fedoras, comfort is key for this cool and casual look. Two easy touches will keep you looking laid-back and on trend: artfully undone hair and piled-high jewelry.

TRY THIS: Our braided leather bracelets are spot-on for this style and they’re perfect for stacking

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