18 June 2024

These Are the Only Summer Trends I Care About!

Summer trends: Vest and matching skirt | Sandals | Gucci bag | Necklaces

These Are the Only Summer Trends I Care About!

Working on articles with Who What Wear is one of my favorite things to do, and you can imagine how honored I am when asked for my “advice” on fashion and style. My partnership with WWW is coming up on four years now, and I continue to be extremely proud to be affiliated with them. Recently, I was asked about which trends I’m seeing this summer, and I enjoy figuring out which ones work. I’ve found that if you add pieces little by little, you’ll end up with a wardrobe that feels current and stylish! You can read the article “I’m A Former Nordstrom Buyer And These Are the Only Summer Trends I Care About” here.

After carefully planning my summer wardrobe, I’ve zeroed in on the most important trends you’ll wear all season long, and I’m excited to share them with all of you. For example, you’ll see the pop of color perfect for summer and into the next season, the skirt trend I can’t stop talking about, and of course, wide-leg denim that gives your denim a refresh. Remember to focus on items you truly love and feel good in! In my opinion, it’s actually better to have fewer pieces — this makes getting dressed much much easier.

P.S. Today’s post is a recap from my latest WWW article. Remember, when the article first appears in WWW, the clothing selections are made by Bobby and his team (he also chooses the title). But, when I recap the article, the items shared are MY picks. I hope you like them!


#1 – Red everything

Evereve bomber | J.Crew linen dress | Sandals | Necklaces | Bag, similar

Red is the must-have color this year! For a classic French-girl look, find a red shoe — it’s perfect as an accent color. And, you’ll wear a red summer dress nonstop for the next several months. This color is here to stay into the next season!



 #2 – White Skirts

Button-up | Aritzia skirt | Belt | Sandals | Bag

A longer white skirt is another summer item that seems to be on everyone’s list! It’s versatile and super trendy this year. There are many versions to choose from, like the one I’m wearing above, or a more casual, tiered style you’ll wear all summer long.



#3 – Longer Vests

Banana Republic vest and skirt | Sandals | Gucci bag

Vests have been trending for the past couple of seasons, but lately I’m seeing longer versions on the stylish set. You’ll feel really pulled together if you add a matching skirt or trouser, and they also look great with faded denim.



#4 – Elevated Workwear

Spanx vest and matching pant | Sandals | Bag | Necklaces

Incorporating classic staples to your summer wardrobe will make your outfits look more expensive. Look for trousers and matching vests, classic shirts, midi-style dresses, and caramel-colored accessories. These are pieces you’ll have for years, which makes them worth the investment.



#5 – Neutral Bags

Theory dress | Gucci bag | Sandals

This time of year, adding a neutral bag (like the caramel one I’m wearing) is one of the smartest things you can do for your wardrobe. It not only makes your outfits look a little more sophisticated, but it will also elevate pretty much everything in your closet!


#6 – Wide-leg Denim

Boxy denim jacket | Wide leg jeans | Tote

Wide-leg denim is a top denim trend, and it will definitely continue into fall. Right now, I’m leaning toward longer lengths in any shade of blue. These jeans are a wardrobe basic, and they’ll update all your outfits.



#7 – White Dress Trends

Cinq a Sept dress | Tote | Sandals, more sizes here

White dresses are a summer essential, and there are many options available right now, from a shorter style like the one I’m wearing to a longer, midi-length style. Try wearing a white dress with your favorite summer sandal or sneaker—both are super stylish.



#8 – Courtside Chic

Varley knit jacket and matching skirt | Nike Air Max 270 sneakers

Tenniscore, or courtside chic, is another very popular trend this season. And the Varley Club Collection looks so good! I always tell my clients they don’t need to play a sport if they want to wear a tennis outfit 😉 I wear mine on coffee runs or while running errands. Casual but chic.


Thank you for reading xx

This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase through the links, we may make a commission.