Sequin tops and skirts are a style essential around the Holidays, but your glitzier items shouldn't be ignored during the warmer months. Get more wear out of your sparkly duds by dressing them down with denim. Pair light-wash jeans with a sequin top, or don a denim shirt with that sequin skirt normally reserved for special occasions. The added shine will make you feel extra special, while staying daytime appropriate year round. Clockwise from Left: Mural $88 The Limited $69 Dolce
Sale alert! Stock up on preppy pieces and tailored basics at the J. Crew. Take an extra 30% off sale items with code SUMMER30. Check out our favorite styles from the sale that we would live in all summer along. 1. Embroidered Gauze Top 2. Liberty Toothpick Jean 3. Tartine Tote 4. Rosebud Bikini 5. Avery Crystal Earring 6. Pineapple Case
Whether you're going with glam tribal or overstated elegance, a statement necklace is the best way to add a little pizazz to your summer wardrobe. It will dress up any ensemble without having to add another layer, and will breath some serious new life into even the most basic top. We recommend pairing a statement necklace with solid tops and dresses rather than printed, unless they are in the same color family. Clockwise from left: Dannijo $655 Kate Spade $88 Lulus $20 Natasha
Let‘s face it, no one does uptown chic like Olivia Palermo does. We’re pretty sure she was born with a string of pearls around her neck and a Birkin in hand. She can even make a pair of leopard shorts look ladylike and put-together. Top and Shorts - TopShop Shoes - Michael Kors Bag - Madewell Necklace - Alfani Bracelets - Michael Kors
It’s the first day of Wimbledon and we have got sports on the brain. Check out this Vogue Korea editorial starring Miranda Kerr wearing summer pieces styled with nostalgic tube socks and terry headbands. The sporty chic trend will undoubtedly be an ongoing trend this summer with the popularity of silk bomber jackets, metallic track shorts, and leather baseball hats. Will you be adopting any sporty chic items?
A maxi dress is a must have for summer cookouts and outdoor parties, but you don't have to leave it sitting in your closet during the work week. Add a sharp blazer and it can be worn into casual working environments. Try a crisp white blazer with a floral dress or a chic black on black ensemble. Either way, the added structure from the jacket will have you looking polished and put-together.