Ideas For Your 2016 Summer Style

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Summer is upon us already. It’s time to whip out some great looks that aren’t just comfy and cool (literally) but also stylish and cool (figuratively). These hot trends will not only look great but will also provide you with numerous wardrobe options.

2016 Summer Style Ideas

Ripped jeans look

This may not be a new photo but the look is as trendy as ever. Ripped jeans, striped tee – everything you need to help you keep cool in more than one way. The black mid-high heels with clear inserts add a sexy edge to the look while a mid-sized black shoulder bag is a great way to keep all your valuables close.

 

Anthropologie swimsuit

Speaking of stripes. This Antropologie one-piece will be a hot item on the beach this year and not only due to stripes. Look at the use of vertical, horizontal and even diagonal stripes that visually slim down the waistline and the underwire cups that provide support for small to medium-sized chests.

Ralph Lauren dress

If you still haven’t tried the slip dress due to its looseness try the one that is similar to this Ralph Lauren creation. It is more structure and snugly and looks more like real clothes than lingerie. Its beauty is that you can wear it casually or for special occasion just by changing accessories and shoes.

 

Chloe white dress

Chloe made a fresh twist on a halter dress. It features scarf-like straps that you can tie in a bow immediately accessorizing your neck. Change styling and it can be both an everyday and special night piece.

 

Issa white dress

White dress is definitely back for summer 2016. Issa combined both wrap skirt and little white dress trends into one and it turned out gloriously. There is also a cold-shoulder element going on, which makes this style a definite must-have of the season.

Carolina Herrera

Pleated midi skirts are great for both work and outings. They are romantic, glamorous and are great for any style. This Carolina Herrera skirt might be semi-sheer but it definitely adds a nice contrast to solid fabric of a matching color.

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.