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8 trends to try this season

Want to try something more groundbreaking than floral and tropical prints for summer? The country’s leading department store shares these eight trends the ladies can try. 

8 trends to try this season

White denim

Denim is a hot item during the warm months. Take it up a notch by swapping those blue and acid wash denim pants and jackets with white denim for a fresh, clean look. This variation suits different styles, from sophisticated luxe to sporty high fashion to summer casual. 

Utilitarian

This look has been hitting the runway in chic safari or modern military or anything in-between. To inject a summer vibe into this style, pair utility trousers with a basic top and a frilly accent—a softer way of working the trend. 

Yellow

Undoubtedly a color of summer, it was a big thing in the spring 2019 runways of New York Fashion Week. Go all out by wearing coordinates or dress in mustard yellow, or pair a canary trousers with a white top. 

Prints

Ok, summer is not summer without prints. This season, go for prints and pattern mixing. 

Stripes

Meanwhile, hit two birds with one stone by opting for stripes in pastels. 

Suit up

Nail that summer look even at the office with suit or jacket in pastel colors or playful patterns, pair it with a basic T-shirt to keep the outfit perfectly balanced with a laid-back vibe.

Textured 

Want to play it safe with neutral colors and classic cuts? Focus on textures then. Mix and match textured separates to make your ensemble more interesting. 

Sporty

Athleisure remains hot this season. Stride in style in sporty outfits, paired with chic sneakers. 

8 trends to try this season

These pieces are available at The SM Store. 

Topics: tropical prints , floral prints , summer outfit , fashion , The SM Store
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