3 Trends I’m Loving This Summer…
And think you should too!
They are so laid back and casually stylish which makes them incredibly difficult to get wrong!
Shirts from M&S, Jane Norman, Mint Velvet, La Redoute
Whenever I buy new trends I tend to neglect my bottom half, instead opting for the basics like jeans, skirts or chinos – these patterned shorts can go with my basic wear this summer and incorporate the trend in a new way than before – great for festivals too!
Shorts both from Yogoego
What would we do without them in the summer sun?!
Sunglasses from Internacional, Primark, Accessorize, Jacamo SS11 menswear
Not for just the daring, the mix and match trend is slowing being worn not just by Carrie Bradshaw.
Wear that ‘too bright skirt’ at last but make it look like you’ve groomed your style rather than put on the only things that are clean, by making them work together in a sexy, expensive looking way.
Team any colour from this African coloured skirt to your top half, this way the colour is introduced into other areas without it standing out too much. Use your coloured tops again with other skirts with the same colours in … that’s mix and matching! Lastly add a tan leather bag and belt to split up the colour block.
PRINTED SUMMER DRESSES
TREND : Water Colour
Show your playful side in this cute water-colour floral prom dress by Kaleidoscope , £65. Combine bold colours and delicate patterns for this trend to make it the centerpiece of your outfit. Compliment by wearing with minimal accessories in any of the colours.
TREND: Tropical Prints
House Of Holland and Stella McCartney both showed off their tropical designs on the catwalk for SS11. Get in on the action with this YOGO EGO Full Floral Print Prom Dress for just £30
TREND: Vintage Patterns
So cheap you could actually pretend it’s vintage! Floaty Sleeve Chiffon Floral Dress from Rare, £36
TREND: 50’s Print
So ladylike and elegant with its tucked in waist and over the knee-length, perfect for canoodling in meadows. Meadow white floral prom dress, Monsoon – £95