Summer style that's here to stay


This summer follow these must-have seasonal looks to make sure your style is just as hot as the temperature:


Naturally Neutral

Neutral is the new black, in our summer wardrobe at least.  Instead of always reaching for black, opt for greys, whites, beige and cream.  These neutral colors are easy to layer, mix and match and never go out of style. Plus neutrals are super easy to incorporate into your existing wardrobe:  pair a cream cropped top with a midi skirt and heels for date night; or grab a classic white button down and crepe shorts for those casual summer Friday office days.


The Denim Days of Summer

Denim is back, and we are not just talking of the jean variety (although bell-bottoms are back as well). From denim dresses, to tops, to even denim on denim (once a major fashion faux pas) dressing up this closet staple is easier than ever.  For work, pair a denim pencil skirt with a silk tank and wedges.  Or for a more edgy take on the trend, rock denim overalls, gladiator sandals, a tank and some layered jewelry for a chic look while running errands around the city.


Shorts made Sexy

Printed shorts are the perfect way to add some color, pattern and texture to your summer wardrobe.  You can pair a bold pattern with an oversized tee-shirt for a casual everyday look or dress your shorts up with a flowy top and some killer strappy sandals (think Sophie Hulme) for a night on the town. 






You Got It? We Want It!

All things leather!  Whether it's embellished with leather, leather leggings or a LBLD (little black leather dress), it's bound to sell fast!  This season, the never out of style material is the perfect accent to just about everything.


Boots galore!  We get it, a girl can never have too many shoes, but what happens when you have no more room in your closet for a new pair?!  Make space in your closet this winter by bringing us your beloved boots - whether they are over the knee, heeled or booties, we'll find them a new closet to take over.

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