12 Summer Outfits That Stylists and Fashion Experts Love

Summer clothes should be fun and practical. It could be as simple as wearing the hottest Bermuda’s with a slouchy cotton shirt or slipping on an airy sleep dress and declaring it an afternoon. Mixing timeless clothing staples with the latest fashion essentials makes summer dressing effortless, without sacrificing fashion. If you’re in need of fashion tips or inspiration to dress for warmer months We asked the top stylists to share their top fashions, clothing and accessories for in the coming season.

Say Yes to Daytime Sparkles

New York-based fashion stylist Shea Dassin is obsessed with embellishments for summer. Shear says that sparkles for the daytime are at the top of her list of things to wear.

“Nothing says ‘I’m still alive!’ in than a daily celebration of life adding sparkles anywhere you can,” says to the magazine. “I enjoy Tarina the Tarantino, Laser Kitten and Doll Chunk Accessories. For clothing, anything featuring the rhinestones sequins or lame Holograms is on my list. Amy Lynn, Collina Strada as well as LaQuan Smith have really raised the level.”

Bring On the Beading

As part of the embellishment theme, says that anything DIY-like is fine with her, particularly in the case of a dress that has beads.

“I especially love anything Susan Alexandra or Shop Sweet Bead,” says. “From purses to clothing to home décor, anything bright, colorful, and handmade with love is at the top of my list!”

Slip On Those Platform Heels

Trends of the Y2K period have seen an impressive resurgence in the past couple of years, but according fashion stylist Cindy Conroy, this summer is going to be all about platforms.

“[Platforms] are equal parts comfort and a friend to both short and tall girls, giving you lengthened, toned legs instantly,” Conroy describes the sought-after throwback shoes. “[Summer] is all about the platform and I’m so here for it! And I need it because I’m a short girl.”

Add some silk Scarves

The famous stylist Lindsey Dupuis informs the magazine that she’s (im)patiently looking forward to the trend of silk scarves turn back to the beginning of her school days in the catholic era when she’d tie this piece of clothing in her ponytail.

“The look gave me a glimmer of self-expression when there were few exceptions to the dress code,” says Dupuis. “Personalize them in a way that suits you best, whether it’s around your neck, ponytail, purse, or woven through your braid or belt loops.”

Reach for Bright Colors

If you’re sick of earthy tones, here’s some great information Your personal stylist Victoria Havlik believes that bright shades are expected to dominate this season, particularly as we embrace dopamine-based dressing.

“Colors like hot pink, bright red, cobalt blue, orange, and yellow are going to pop this summer, whether that’s through a monochromatic look with your statement color or paired with a neutral color,” she says In Style. According to Havlik,, the most important thing is to select hues that are uplifting and make you feel happy. If vibrant colors aren’t your thing,, you can always choose something more pastel.

“Pastels like baby blue, lavender, pink, and sage green are great colors to tie into your summer wardrobe. Add your favorite gold jewelry to give a soft and elegant look.”

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Show Some Skin in a Crop Top

In the plethora of skin-revealing trends to consider fashion stylist Liz Teich (affectionately known as The New York Stylist) is the one who is excited over high-cut crop tops.

“I think [crop tops] can work on any body type and age if it’s done right,” Teich informs in InStyle. “With a high-waisted pant or skirt, it can actually give more shape and the sliver of skin is just the perfect amount without having to reveal too much.”

“If you’re daring, a low-waisted skirt/pants are going to be everywhere as well. I’ve been recommending to my clients matching sets with crop tops for a more elevated look this season.”

Go for the Coastal Grandmother Vibe

The beach-style grandma trend is a comfy-cute lock,, and the entrepreneur behind the personal styling business, Builtgracefully, Grace Thomas, is all about it in the the summer.

“Think Diane Keaton in Something’s Gotta Give,” says in his article. “This style is simplistic-chic and looks great on everyone, made up of monochromatic light neutral toned outfits, linen fabrics, and breezy pieces. A perfect outfit to embody this style would be ivory linen trousers, a white tank top or T-shirt, and an oversized white button-up.”

Bring Back Regency core

In large part due to the revival in large part to the return of Bridgerton, regencycore is still a popular escapist style that fashionistas, such as Thomas cannot be satisfied with.

“Think statement sleeves, dresses with feminine detailing, bows, and even corset tops,” says. Thomas. “You can go all-in on this trend by rocking a dress by Sister Jane with pearl accessories, or just add a little bit of this trend to your summer outfits with a corset top and a pair of Levies cut-off shorts.”

Try Hyper-Textures

Are you looking for a simple way to improve your style this summer? As per Kimberly , CEO of House of Color Accessories and clothing with texture Think fringe feathers, feathers,, or het—it can be the best solution.

“If you love a bold look, embrace the trend in your partywear. For a delicate look, use a single accessory of hyper-texture and balance your outfit with structure in other places.”

Keep Cool in Cutouts

Cutting-edge cutouts have been popular for quite a while however it doesn’t appear like they’re going to disappear any time soon.

“Back cutouts were a trend last season, but as we move into summer, we will see more shoulder, subversive sexy, and asymmetrical cutouts throughout the wardrobe,” Says . “Cutouts draw attention, so find a cutout outfit that works for what you want to show off!”

Make It a Mini

If you’re one of those who prefers their hemlines to be short (like really short),, look at this mini- and micro-mini skirt trend that is back just in time to celebrate summer.

“This season sees the return of the micro-mini expressed through ’60s tailoring, upscale co-ords, and bold print vacation-wear.” tells In Style. “Expect to see shorter lengths in casual, formal, and catwalk wear including business suits, dresses, shorts, and more.”

Wear All-White Everything

Professional stylist and creator,, Erica Ball Style. Erica Ball Style monochromatic outfits are her preferred summer look.. Although she does enjoy the bright hues that spring brought,, she favors a head-to-toe white look for summer.

“It’s a chic, effortless way to immediately elevate a look, especially in the summertime.”