It’s all very well taking a look at holiday fashion and the best items for a night out, but most of us will be spending much of the summer having a bit of down time. With this in mind, what are the best casual trends for the coming months?
A happy compromise between casual shorts and full length pants, it’s been while since culottes have made an appearance in our wardrobes. But, as you’ve probably realized by now, the 90s is making a comeback in a big way and this means those cooling summer culottes are now a must-have summer garment. Going with the casual summer theme, there’s nothing more back to basics than culottes (capris) in classic denim.
Continuing with the 90s theme, it’s time to revisiting that essential item in every 90s girl’s wardrobe – the cami dress. Any self-respecting 90s girl had very wide collection in a various designs, so why not give yourself the opportunity to get a number of designs? Denim, tie-dye, print – they’re all very fashion forward right now.
The perfect thing to wear with not only those culottes and cami dresses but also jumpsuits, boyfriend jeans and shorts too. And for those days when you’re not feeling quite so casual, you can invest in a pair of espadrille wedges to compliment all those same items.
Yes, we make no apologies for including yet another 90s staple, but those dungarees are still very much in this summer. Pair with a simple white vest top and if it starts to get a bit chilly, just cover up with a baggy cotton boyfriend shirt.
A good blazer never goes out of fashion and the beauty of a plain linen one is that you can dress it up or down accordingly. Match with a printed summer dress for going out, or sling over that vest top, baggy boyfriend jeans and flats for some no-nonsense down time.
The combination of casual, clean and unfussy screams one particular retailer in general, and if it’s been while since you’ve visited Gap, why not take this opportunity to shop online for some summer casuals with Gap voucher codes? Using voucher codes can get you a discount that you wouldn’t usually receive in store and when it comes to clothes that you’ll be wearing a lot in the next few months (and probably beyond), it pays to shop for good quality items that will see you through the warmer weather.