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Now that we’re all off for summer break, it’s time to start working on your summer wardrobe! Today, we’ve partnered with Hollister to share the five items every girl should have in her closet this summer. Read on to check them out:
1. The High-Neck Crop Top
The crop top has been popular for a few seasons now, but this summer it’s all about high-neck versions like this one. I love a white crop top for showing off a (hopefully faux) summer tan, but this one comes in other shades as well.
2. The Off-the-Shoulder Dress
Off-the-shoulder pieces are super hot for summer 2016 and this wear-everywhere dress is the perfect way to try the trend. It’s pretty, summery, and totally boho-chic. It would look just as great at a backyard party as it would on the boardwalk.
3. The Striped Cami
Stripes are a summer staple – they look fantastic with nautical and preppy looks and can even work well with edgier styles. This loose cami is giving me major *French girl* vibes and will look amazing paired with any look.
4. The Distressed Denim Short
You knew this one was coming – it’s not summer without cutoffs! High-rise denim shorts with distressing are THE hottest style to own this summer, and these ones are perfect in every way. At under $20 for a piece you’ll wear daily, you can’t go wrong.
5. The Kimono Jacket
For all you boho babes, this is a non-negotiable item. The kimono jacket is the perfect lightweight coverup for the summer season – it gives you the coziness of a cardigan while being breezy and lightweight for warm weather. I’d wear this with everything from the cutoffs and crop top above to a cool body-con dress for extra coverage. The options are endless!
What are your summer fashion staples?
Do you own all of these must-have pieces? Which one is your favorite? Tell me everything in the comments.
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