Love a pop of color

I love wearing yellow in the summer, no matter if it’s on trend or not, because yellow and the sunshine are worth abounding. Yellow like: yellow sun, yellow summer, yellow sunflowers, yellow submarine, yellow summer time, yellow summer sunset…

I found this comfy velour set at Zara, then hopped into some matching heels and grabbed my lovely small Love Moschino bag. This is one of those sets which every woman should have in her wardrobe – just pull it out and you are ready to go. I love such outfits where you do not need to think how to combine them – a top plus shorts or skirt and voila – you are all set for an impromptu meet-up.

Photography by Plamena Mileva

Vintage but trendy

Looking for a new look this summer and some style inspiration for creating a new outfit? I have for you an easy, casual proposal: why not a lovely holed or knitted top/tunic in a vintage look? I always thought clothes of a knitted lace type are too vintage and look like something from my grandma’s wardrobe. I am sure that every woman has something similar and know it very well. But they should not be underestimated – they are perfect for the summer and would work well with any high waisted skirt, shorts or pants. I personally chose the classic black color under it – high waisted shorts and a balconette. So, don’t wait – find your vintage knitted tunic and go for it – style it in fashionway!

Photography by Marg Basarova

Basic and simple white

I often choose basic colors over prints – as simple as they are, they never get old – like for example this organic cotton Fendi dress.

In the summer days an outfit in white works perfectly during the day just as well as for the night. A white dress in your style is never a bad choice to put in your wardrobe. Besides – there are other advantages – as soon as your body is well tanned or sun-kissed it’s the perfect time to wear a white dress. So try to get some sun during this wonderful season and then go for light clothes. Also, buying classic pieces in basic colors is never wasted money and they are wearable for a long time, just like a classic bag or shoes.

In addition, as you can see, my shoes are also in a classic (I have them since two years) beige/brown palette – I think that colors which are close to the skin tones are also perfect for the summer.

So, what about you, do you buy more classic fashion or prefer one-season pieces in the up-to-date colors and style?

Photography by Marg Basarova