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New season, new wardrobe. As the temperatures continue to rise, give your style a revamp with some fresh summer looks. From bright colors to matching separates and this season’s hottest trends, here are some warm-weather-ready outfit ideas to inspire your closet this season.

  1. 1. Mix and Match Prints
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Fashion’s love of the leopard print midi skirt is still going strong. The versatile piece is the perfect starting point to build any outfit around—just add sandals, a tank, and a contrasting print in the form of a bucket hat or mini bag.

2. Layer Your Button-Down Shirt

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Style a crisp white button down shirt over a dress in place of a denim jacket. The look feels fresh and light for summer.

3. Find Your Perfect Summer Jumpsuit

A jumpsuit makes for an easy all-in-one summer look that requires no effort. Add bright accessories to really make the look pop.

4. Master the Art of Summer Layers 

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Make a crop top and skirt work for the daytime by layering a long, airy cardigan over the look, as demonstrated by Bella Hadid in Cannes.

5. Wear the White Pants

A pair of white cropped wide-leg pants looks instantly chic for summer in the office. Add a light linen blazer for work or wear it with a tank top for the weekend.

6. Go Bright or Go Home

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Embrace color in the form of bright yellow hues that bring on the sunshine themselves.

7. Build Around a Printed Wrap Dress

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A printed wrap dress is the perfect foundation for an effortless summer look. Change up the look with your accessories—whether switching between sunglasses or summer bags and sandals.

8. Denim Cutoffs + A Crop Top

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The simple casual summer outfit formula will never steer you wrong.

9. Summer Suit

DIY your own makeshift suit with a matching crop top, jacket, and pants for a monochromatic moment.

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10. The Maxi Cardigan 

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We love a maxi dress, but what’s more dramatic than a floor-length cardigan paired with denim shorts? Bad Gal Riri gets the look just right for a night out.

11. Dress Up The Tie Dye Trend

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Embrace the tie dye trend in t-shirt form and style it with a midi skirt for an elevated take on the look.

12. Keep It Simple

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Whether you’re a model off-duty or not, this casual look of a simple tank, wide-leg pants, and sneakers is perfect for the weekend.

13. Wear Your Bathing Suit As a Top


Get more out of your swimsuit collection by styling your one-piece as a top. Wear it with a flared midi skirt or culottes for that Roman Holiday feel.

14. The Blazer and Crop Top

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Style a boxy blazer over your crop top and jeans for an updated take on the ’80s look.

15. Swap Out Your Sandals for Sneakers

Whether it’s raining or you simply need a break from your sandals, swap them for a pair of classic white sneakers. The sporty shoe looks especially good with a midi skirt or dress.

16. Bring Back Your Denim Skirt 

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Yes, the denim skirt is back. Go for a high-waisted and frayed version that will look cool with any of your summer tops.

17. Bike Shorts, But Hold the Bike

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The ’80s bike short trend is here to stay for summer. Make it a full athleisure moment à la Emily Ratajkowski by wearing the look with a sports bra and sneakers. Or, for a more dressed up take, wear it with a t-shirt and oversized blazer. No bike required.

18. The T-Shirt and Slip Skirt

An easy and instantly chic outfit formula? Your favorite white t-shirt and a satin slip skirt. Add sandals or white sneakers and you’re good to go.

19. The Throw On and Go Maxi Dress

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This summer’s filled with an endless choice of ultra feminine maxi dresses that are instant looks in themselves. Add a tiny handheld bag and kitten heeled sandals.

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20. The Shorts Suit

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Trade in your classic suit for a shorter iteration that won’t have you sweating to death on your commute.

21. Get the Bermuda Short Just Right

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Style a long-sleeve top (or light sweater) with a pair of shorts that hits just at the knee. Top off the look with a white shoe (and anklet if you’re feeling extra).

22. Denim on Denim

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Usher the Canadian tuxedo into summer by styling it with a white tank or crop top à la Gigi Hadid.

23. Embrace Summer Prints

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Nothing says summer quite like gingham or cherry prints.

24. Buy a Wrap Skirt

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Add one of summer’s biggest color trends, vibrant yellow, into your wardrobe in the form of an eye-catching skirt.

25. Tame Summer Flyaways With a Bandana

The best way to fight frizzy hair on a humid day? Tie a bandana around your head for a chic retro look.

26. Make It All About the Accessories

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From straw hats to neck scarves, summer bags, and shoes, accessories are the easiest way to make your look feel fresh for a new season.

27. Summer Fridays

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Throw on a t-shirt, blazer, and skirt—but ditch the blazer as soon as it’s time to leave the office for two looks in one.

28. Channel the ’70s

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A denim jumpsuit worn with platform sandals and a basket bag makes for the perfect ’70s vibe this season.

29. Stick to the Summer Classics

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You can never go wrong in a white sundress and camel wedges lace-up wedges.

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30. Add Cowboy Boots

Who says you have to wear sandals all season long? Add a pair of cowboy boots to denim shorts or a dress for a look that will make Kacey Musgraves say “yee.”

This post originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.