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10 Summer Fashion Trends Celebrities Can’t Stop Wearing



10 Summer Fashion Trends Celebrities Can’t Stop Wearing

As we all settle into the balmy summer months, figuring out what to wear once temperatures begin to top 80 degrees before noon is no joke. With so many factors to consider—”Can I wear this to the office? What about that happy hour hangout? “Should I pack this for a beach trip?”—one has to be extra careful about what trends to try.

Sure, there are plenty of trends to tackle, but who has the time to sort through endless algorithms to find the perfect one? That’s why we look toward the Hollywood stars and their style for sartorial inspiration. From office siren chic and head-to-toe hues to the ever-controversial naked dress and capri pants, celebrities are taking the hottest trends of the summer and putting their own luxe spin on them, leaving us questioning how we, too, can wear them.

If you’re in need of some OOTD inpso this season than look no further. Ahead, we’ve listed the 10 summer trends celebrities can’t seem to get enough of.

Office Siren Chic

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If there’s one takeaway from Selena Gomez’s Versace collared suit dress, it’s that workwear doesn’t have to be drab. Sure, her outfit may seem a bit over the top for a day at your corner cubicle. However, we can’t help but think Gomez’s office siren chic number looks appropriate for professional, stylish settings, which you can easily translate to summer soirees with ease.

Shorts Suits

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Ayo Edebiri makes a stylish case for swapping trousers for shorts when wearing suits this summer. The robin-egg blue Bottega Veneta set she wore to the premiere of her latest film Inside Out 2 is perfectly suited for the summer months and is a style versatile enough for whatever your days and nights may have in store.

The Naked Dress

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Dakota Johnson shows that the naked dress trend isn’t losing steam anytime soon in a barely-there Gucci slip she recently wore to the Tribeca Film Festival. With sweltering summer temperatures adding to the drama of getting dressed up, reaching for nude and sheer fabrics can keep you from breaking a sweat and instantly add a head-turning allure to any outfit.

Pretty Prep

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Serve a lesson in style this summer with the minimalist, preppy trend sweeping the streets and runways alike. Forgoing loud plaids and schoolgirl skirts, Emma Stone goes to show that sometimes less is more with chic separates and controversial capri pants from The Row.

Bold Buckle Belts

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Sabrina Carpenter was a marvel at the Loewe menswear show in a minty green goddess gown, but what took her cutout look to the next level was the addition of the surprise “It” accessory of the summer: a bold belt. The oversized buckle brings a brilliant focal point to any outfit.

Beautiful Boho

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The return of boho chic is in full effect with Chemena Kamali’s debut collection of frilly frocks, romantic ruffles, and breezy blouses for Chloé, serving as the blueprint for many a celeb look. From Sienna Miller and Zoe Saldana to Jennifer Lopez, starlets can’t seem to get enough of the carefree boho look this summer.

Deluxe Denim

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On paper, a tank top and blue jeans may seem like the simplest of outfits, but leave it to Blake Lively to breathe new life into the tried-and-true combo. A plain white tank top is transformed when worn with deluxe denim. From cutouts to appliqués, wearing a dressier pair of denim makes for an effortless, polished summer look perfect for a cocktail party or street fair.

Head-to-Toe Neutrals

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Who says beige has to be boring? Hailey Beiber in this butterscotch-colored LaQuan Smith dress and matching Magda Butrym blazer proves that maternity and monochromatic dressing can easily make a statement with the right styling.

This summer seek out dresses that feature draped detailing or flowy flounces to keep your outfit from looking too cumbersome in the high heat.

Underwear as Daywear

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There’s no better excuse to wear underwear as daywear than to beat the summer heat. Stripping your outfit down to the bare essentials keeps things sultry and streamlined, but we recommend taking a cue from Emma Corrin at her most recent red carpet outing. Decked in a silk Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello garter top, this look cleverly mimics the length of a dress and feels sophisticated yet daring.

Cropped Tops

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For an early morning show appearance on CBS, Bridgerton starlet Nicola Coughlan chose a chic crop top worn with a pleated maxi skirt from The Frankie Shop. This playful take on proportions is an easy way to beat the heat and look cool while doing it. Go for a crisp cotton or lightweight linen to keep things airy.

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