It might still be relatively early in spring but summer is so close we can almost taste it (so we might as well start dressing for it, right? Right.). Gone are the days of wearing four layers of oversized (but cosy) clothing and in are bare legs, beach hair and Havais (read: Havaianas, duh).
This is what you’ll be wearing all summer:
Super Luxe Accessories
In-your-face designer accessories have been the front runner on our Insta-feeds all year, and the somewhat exxy trend shows no sign of slowing down. We’re talking Fendi bags, Gucci belts and those Celine sunnies at Sunglass Hut (you know the ones).
Skirts, shorts, dresses, jackets, jeans—you’re basically going to be living in denim everything. Invest in white, black AND blue from brands like Country Road and Witchery if you're looking for more refined classics, or head to Edge and French Connection to pair back with a simple tee and nail modern, casual chic.
Forget millennial pink! Hot pink is back, baby. Whether you want to add a splash of colour to your all black look with the help of a Hermès scarf, or go all out as per our ultimate fashion icon, Barbie - always think pink.
High Cut Swimwear
When it comes to the beach, it’s all about '90s style one pieces. Think Pamela Anderson in Baywatch with a low back and high cut leg. Head to Surf Dive 'n Ski if in doubt.
Gold Hoop Earrings
The easiest way to get your fash on this season is to don a pair of gold hoop earrings. Perfect for when you CBF, Burberry, Coach and, of course, Tiffany and Co are all offering up their take on the must-have jewellery item of the season. Take it to the next level with a fine gold coin necklace.
The Best Part?
You can update your entire summer wardrobe with the added bonus of tax free prices thanks to the geniuses at Sydney Airport T1. If that’s not a sign to book a cheeky holiday ASAP, we don’t know what is. Get all the deets here.
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