Summer Style Simplified



Photo by Glenn Scott

Look One: Multiple Personalities

Pick up a new piece that incorporates multiple trends. This top anchors the outfit by flashing the color of the season (coral), along with a graphic chevron stripe and a nod to the nautical, working three trends at once. It’s nice enough to dress up with heels and accessories, yet simple enough to pair with flats and white denim or shorts.

Model is wearing: Yala chevron top, $58, and pencil skirt, $60, Seaside Allure. Rox bracelets, $30-$36, Every Occasion Boutique. White sunglasses, $14.95, Flirt. Gold stone necklace, $98, Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs. Elliot Lucca handbag, $129, Renew Revolution. Yala block-print scarf, $38, Seaside Allure. Gastone Lucioli sandal, $305, Sole Amour.

 

Look Two: "T" Time

Invest in a great graphic tee. Though some find it hard to spend big money on a T-shirt, it’s a great investment in summer months. It immediately upgrades any outfit—whether paired with denim, shorts, or a skirt—so you look put together and sophisticated even when an occasion calls only for a simple T-shirt.

Model is wearing: Second Yoga white denim, $128,  Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs. Vintage highway tee, $78, Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs. White sunglasses, $14.95, Flirt. Vintage teal bracelet, $20, and vintage turquoise necklace, $35, Madison Ave of Melrose. Isola Adelina blush flat, $80, Sole Amour.

 

Look Three: One and Done

Grab a great summer dress and wear it all season long! Dresses are light and easy and serve as an all-in-one solution during hot summer months. This printed dress is elegant enough to be dressed up for an occasion but can be dressed down for everyday wear.  Here, we paired it with chunkier shoes and accessories—simply add an elegant shoe and fine jewelry to make a statement at a summer wedding.

Model is wearing: Mercy floral dress, $392, French + Italian. Clay pendant, $66, Pop Gallery. Hand-cut bronze cuff, $225, Chameleon. Beige belt, $18, Flirt. Pons Quintana woven sandal, $302, Sole Amour.

 

Model: Susan Leger Ferraro

Who she is: Chief Innovation Officer at Lupoli Companies and the Chief Curiosity Officer at Imajine That, an interactive children’s museum focused on family engagement.

Where she lives: Salisbury

Her passion: "Developing humans, sharing love, and remembering to play!"

Her fashion: When a woman looks good, she feels good, and everything else falls into place.

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