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10 Outfit Ideas To Try While The Sun Is Out

The sun is (momentarily!) here, so embrace the light mood with these equally jaunty outfit ideas …

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Boat shoes have fast become the trending summer shoes (thanks, largely to Miu Miu’s redux of the classic yachting style in cinnamon-hued slip-ons in leather and suede). Our verdict? We like the relaxed vibe it adds to any outfit and we predict a host of high-street imitations coming your way soon. 

Note: a pretty, gingham blouse and white cut-off trousers are always a good idea when the sun shines. 

Embrace the good weather with boyish separates like borrowed-from-the-boys denim shorts and a cap sleeve T-shirt. Inject a pop of colour through your shoes: we love red ballet flats right now, but a pair of bright trainers (see an edit of the ones we love best here) work perfectly.

Crochet is a big trend for SS24 and, while crochet co-ords, or a maxi dress, are a great alternative to a beach kaftan, we love it styled for the city with a long T-shirt, luxe basket bag and sandals. 

Good weather calls for a good dress! A show-stopping summer dress is the kind of feel-good piece made for warmer days. Pair with a bijou bag and tan sandals for a fuss-free look or embrace maximalism with a multi-coloured tote. 

Give a favoured dress a sunny days upgrade care of some unexpected accessories as seen on fashion stylist Sarah Corbett Winder. Think: a printed scarf, an XL collar, or an anklet.

After work drinks? A dash of leopard print nods to the joyous weather or, better yet, go head to toe with clashing animal patterns. Balance the look with simple accessories like Grecian style black sandals.

Lean into pastel tones for an elegant take on summer soirée dressing. We love this shade of pastel yellow, but equally light shades of blue are trending too, as seen on catwalks at Tod’s, Fendi and Prada.

More than 50 years since the hey-day of Emilio Pucci, his prints are inspiring summer wardrobes the globe over. And even if you don’t have a Pucci print, it’s fun to be inspired by them. Choose a graphic print in a rich, jewel tone and pretend like you’re in Capri.

If in doubt, go red! Head to toe red always looks good in summer. Channel colours from rich, orangey tomatoes to deeper rasberry shades, it’ll instantly make you look refreshed and summer-ready (even if your golden glow is fake!). 


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