7 Trend Swaps To Make For Summer

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Ever notice how you often rock a trend before your friends, and by the time they do you’ve moved on? That’s because you’re a bona fide trendsetter, and as such it’s your sartorial responsibility to stay two well-heeled steps ahead of pack. As we move into summer there are a few on-the-rise trends you should embrace so we’ve compiled a simple cheat sheet. Ahead, find out what to store and the must-have pieces you should replace them with, stat.

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The Top Summer Trends

Gabriella Off Shoulder Gingham Bustier Top

$398

Caroline Constas

Off-Shoulder Top

Nineties-inspired crop tops are great staples to pair with high-waisted bottoms, but we suggest upgrading to the elevated and equally sexy off-the-shoulder top, which will continue its reign well into summer.

Ravine Flat

$79

Loeil

V-Neck Shoe

It seems like everyone and their mother has a lace-up ghillie flat (Thanks, Aquazzura). Give the ubiquitous trend a break and try this runway-inspired V-neck pointed shoe, which also helps elongate your legs.

Sadie Embroidered Denim Jacket

$44

Boohoo

Embroidered Denim Jacket

We can wax poetic about the bomber jacket but balmy days ahead are making us want to don a denim topper endlessly. Opt for one with embroidery or patches for a touch of interest and charm.

Deep-V Silk Slip Dress

$229

Raey

Slip Dress

Sporty, ribbed dresses served as a go-to basic for spring layers, but a slinky slip dress is a sexier, chicer version of a versatile frock.

Suede Patch Vest

$100

Topshop

Multicolored Crochet

Exude boho style with vibrant crochet pieces in favor of basic stripes.

Boyfit Selvedge Jeans

$70

Zara

Folded Cropped Jeans

Kick-flare jeans dominated skinnies last season. To refresh the cropped jean trend choose a folded-leg pair.

Rattan Clutch

$88

J.Crew

Rattan Bag

Woven rattan bags shaped as structured, boxy minis go perfectly in line with summer's vacation vibes over the saddle crossbody.