This is the going-out top you’ll reach for when it's upwards of 80 degrees after nightfall (ugh). Team it with a pair of mid-rise (or low-rise, if you dare) bottoms to show off the top’s sultry, midriff-flossing straps.
If you were quite sad to put your trendy quilted coat into winter storage, you’ll adore these playful shorts, as they are a summer-fied take on kitschy patchwork. Lean into the bottom’s boho spirit and style them with a pair of espadrille gladiator sandals.
Don’t forget your feet need air circulation, too! These block-heel mules from Gia Borghini’s partnership with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are made of a linen-blend canvas that will be far more breathable than your usual leather sandals.
This is one of those rare summer finds that works for myriad occasions. Picture yourself wearing it at a formal bridal shower, a laidback lunch with your besties, or a solo self-care day spent shopping and treating yourself.
If you’re fond of the tailored prepster look but just can’t bear to wear a blazer in the fierce summer heat, opt for a waistcoat instead. This one comes in great neutral color and will last many seasons to come.
Made of ethically sourced and recycled linen, these fuchsia trousers have a tapered silhouette and front-leg pleats that give the thin material a sophisticated look. Amplify the hot pink pants with a crisp white crop top and strappy fisherman sandals.
Tap into the trend of ‘60s-era, Pucci-esque prints with Hill House Home’s kaleidoscopic Paz Top. Inspired by the brand’s cult-adored Nap Dress, the linen blouse has a ruched bodice and flirty, butterfly-style cap sleeves.