7 Trend Swaps To Make For Summer


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


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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



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



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



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



Multicolored Crochet

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

Boyfit Selvedge Jeans



Folded Cropped Jeans

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

Rattan Clutch



Rattan Bag

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