New In My Wardrobe For Summer

new in my wardrobe for summer

For once I have decided to totally update my wardrobe for summer. Usually I only pick up a few essentials for the warmer season as I’m such an autumn/winter girl when it comes to fashion. Every year I dream of the idea of the light evenings, pink sunsets and lazy days on the beach but it never really happens in England! I have so many style favourites right now and needed to share them before it’s too late.

Embroidered Tops – At first I wasn’t so sure on the embroidered mesh tops but after finding a few beautiful options I couldn’t resist picking one up. I actually found the best selection on Ebay through Lydia’s blog here. They are so affordable and I cant wait to style them up right through to Autumn.

Slogan Tees – I’m such a lover of slogan tees. My favourites usually come from Brandy Melville but they seem to be everywhere right now. I love this one from topshop and this super soft casual striped tee. I love how casual they are and they look perfect teamed with layered jewellery, jeans and some flats. Relaxed slogans tee’s are such a simple addition to any wardrobe for summer.

Bardot Midi Dresses -This style of dress is everywhere right now and I cant get enough. I love the shirred, bardot detailing as it’s so flattering across the shoulders. The midi length is perfect for when you want to keep covered up. There are so many styles of these right now like this elegant striped number or these summery, floral choices. They also work perfectly for warm days and summer nights. Both of these are already packed in my suitcase for Paris this week!

Basket Bags – Ever since ‘that’ pom pom detailed Zara bag got released I have been dreaming about owning all of the basket bags. They are so practical as well as looking super cute paired with most outfits. These are really only for spring/summer so I am making the most of the trend while I can.

What items are new in your wardrobe for summer?

Daisy x

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