1. Boyfriend Jeans
Comfy and cute, boyfriend jeans are the perfect bottom for any weather. You can dress them up with some cute heels or keep it casual with sandals. They’ve been around for a while but have recently re-emerged in the fashion world.
These shoes aren’t just for hippies at Woodstock anymore. Birkenstocks are extremely comfortable and provide arch support, which is perfect for those days when you are walking around the city or down the boardwalk with some friends.
3. Colored Hair
This trend was around last summer and it’s not going anywhere yet. Many people are still rocking pastel colored hair and now a new color has been added to the bunch. Grey/silver hair is everywhere from runways to city streets. There’s no telling what color will get popular next.
4. Sun Hats
Everyone needs at least one big floppy sun hat. Not only will you get to accidently slap people in the face with it, you can look stylish doing it. A sun hat is not to be confused with the Pharrell hats though. Sun hats are a trendy way to keep the sun out your eyes or protect your hair from the rain and humidity.
5. Light Trench Coats
Not every day during the spring and summer is hot and dry. Some days there might be a slight chill and what better way to stay comfortable than by wearing a light trench coat. You can pair it with jeans or a cute dress. Not to mention, they come in all colors including pastels and nudes.
Yes, they are back from the 90s. Mules are the latest trend in heels and wedges. They’re super cute and even better, you can just slip them on. While they look uncomfortable, if you buy the right pair you can walk around in them all day without any pain. Mules are definitely something to invest in.
7. Knee Slit Jeans
When you think summer you definitely don’t think jeans. It’s all about shorts right? No. Knee slit jeans are the way to go if you want to wear jeans during those hotter months and look more stylish than crazy. You don’t have to spend 60 dollars on a pair either. DIY tip: Buy a pair of basic Forever 21 or H&M jeans and make a slit at the knee part with a knife or a pair of scissors (without cutting yourself).