It’s finally time to brighten up our wardrobes with a hint of colorful style – but how? Striped Tees.Striped T-shirts are a holiday essential and one that can be worn with jeans, denim shorts, skirts and a blazer. Regardless of whether you tailor your stripes to long, short or capped sleeved tees, this off-duty style is a great way to spice up denim.
Sheer Blouses. When worn with high waisted shorts, sheer blouses add a touch of sophistication to your entire ensemble. Wear with chic accessories and chunky silver jewellery.
The Tunic Dress. If you’re planning on visiting a sunny destination this season, the tunic dress is a fail-safe wardrobe staple. Wear with gladiator sandals and minimal accessories. If you are petite in size, opt for a style that boasts a higher waist as this will work to elongate the legs.
The One-Piece Swimsuit. As well as packing a number of bikinis, this season’s designers are also showcasing the one-piece. If you’re petite, choose a swimsuit that boasts vertical detailing as this will work to lengthen the torso. A deep purple, blue or maroon colour will look great with a tan.
The Belted LWD. This season, the little white dress should replace your LBD as the colour works to amplify your tan. Wear with nude shoes and a black canvas or patent belt. Adding a darker hue will break up the entire ensemble whilst swaying towards this year’s prevalent monochrome trend.
The Full Skirted Print Dress. If you’re a fan of colour, refresh your winter wardrobe with a bright, strapless mini dress. Let the pattern do the talking by opting for neutral accessories in black or nude.
The Denim Skirt. Denim is one trend that never seems to go out of fashion. This season we are seeing knee length denim skirts complete with beautiful embellishments. Dress the style up with suede court shoes and a black shift top or dress it down, with sandals and an off-the-shoulder t-shirt.
A Bright Shift dress. A bright shift is a great look for summer as it will instantly brighten up a darker wardrobe. When buying into this style, choose a colour that complements your complexion.
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