Zimmerman’s crochet co-ord has us dreaming of golden sandy beaches, but, thankfully, will also look just as good in a city park. For more summer-in-the-city styling, Matteau’s dress offering is always worth a look – just finish off with a pair of lace-up sandals.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s mesh pieces have taken the fashion crowd by storm with their amazing finish and graphic lines. For more traditional charm, look to Camilla & Marc’s ludicrously capacious bag, which will be a godsend for both work and weekends away. Elsewhere, Alexander McQueen’s bold Aura earrings will elevate any ensemble.
For one-of-a-kind style, it’s always worth looking at the “new-in” sections of resale sites. Lampoo is a Vogue favourite, and this Redemption miniskirt has a punk edge. Iconic ’60s fashion brand, Courreges, is also having a moment, and its asymmetrical tank top is a good entry point purchase.
Staud just keeps delivering winning summer dresses this season, and the Katie is the latest look to capture our attention. Such a show-stopping dress deserves an equally show-stopping shoe: enter JW Anderson’s chain heel sandals. We also have to give a shout-out to Prada’s logo tote bag, which is now available in a zesty yellow.
Ring in the summer season with head-to-toe white and pops of green. Start-off with The Row’s intricate crochet top and Mango’s crisp midi skirt, and finish off with By Alona’s Noughties-worthy choker and a pair of trusty Birkenstocks (conveniently, the brand has just dropped its new 1774 line).
There’s nothing that says “White Lotus leading lady lounging by a pool” quite like Pucci, and the brand’s mesh midi dress will seamlessly slip over a bikini and will look great dressed up with gold jewellery and heels. Elsewhere, Fendi has just dropped its newest collaboration with Marc Jacobs, and the line’s monochrome logo-print baguette is at the top of our wish list.
Layering is not off the cards yet (is it ever in the UK?) so we’re keeping a cardigan on hand for those cooler evenings – Bernadette has really delivered this season with its striped cable knit number. Other noteworthy buys include Chloe’s collab with Teva, aka a dreamy mix of form and function, and Camilla & Marc x Otiumberg’s sculptural ear cuffs.
For show-stopping style with a renaissance twist (it’s a thing ok?), we recommend you check out Balmain’s trompe-l’oeil tulle maxi dress, which will turn heads, whether you’re heading to a wedding or just chilling in the park. Zara Limited Edition’s midi skirt is also sure to warrant compliments with its lace trim and corset-inspired lace-up detailing.
Those with a penchant for minimalist style are spoilt for choice this summer. The fashion girl’s favourite pared-back brand, The Row, is a must-see, especially in the accessories department. See: the Arlo tote, which will add sculptural charm to any ensemble. Tove, meanwhile, is another a clean-lined hero whose metallic jersey dress is giving serious “quiet luxury” energy – style with platform sandals and an oversized blazer.
The weather might be changing its mind at every turn, but that hasn’t stopped us planning our warm weather capsule. Chloe X Eres’s collab is packed full of beach-ready buys, and the tangerine-hued cutout swimsuit is sure to put you in the holiday mood. Elsewhere, La Double J is bringing its print-packed appeal to Net-a-Porter with an exclusive capsule. At the top of our wishlist? The floor-skimming floral maxi.
Roland Mouret has been given a fashion-forward revamp in the last couple of seasons, and the brand’s stud-embellished bustier is perfect for date nights. We recommend styling it with Bottega Veneta’s straight leg jeans and Paris Texas’s bridal capsule boots (white dress optional).
We’re always on the lookout for a new It-bag, and Acne Studios’s Platt spike bag certainly checks all our boxes: simply dress it up with a maxi skirt and heels or dress it down with double-denim and sneakers. Speaking of denim, Dala is the lesser-known brand delivering lust-worthy designs at reasonable price points – the mini wrap skirt comes Vogue editor-approved.
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