Yay Or Nay Fashion Trends…

Summer is here, and with the sun comes great responsibility…fashion responsibility! Ladies, it’s time to prep your wardrobes with some of summer’s biggest fashion trends. Read through these fashion YAYS and NAYS and you’ll be looking good all summer long.

 

The Kimono

Long, short, patterned or fringed – the kimono captures the casual, laid-back style we channel this time of year, so it’s no surprise they are all over the high-street! This boho look is perfect for those long summer festivals, paired with denim shorts, or as a playful layer for the poolside. We’ll be wearing ours on holiday to avoid those evening chills, and come autumn you could even throw it over jeans and t-shirts.

We’re so head-over-heels with the Kimono – it has to be a YAY, in fact we can’t just settle for one, here are two kimonos that we know you’ll all love.

Kimonos

 

Birkenstock

Worn by eighteen-year olds and eighty-year olds alike, Birkenstocks are definitely the shoes to have this summer, and they definitely have split opinion! But one look at the Givenchy spring/summer 2014 catwalk, where the shoes were worn down the catwalk shows the two-strapped sandal has gone from loathed to loved in the fashion world.

You could argue they are more gran than glam, but for us, it will have to be a NAY.  With so many Birkenstock dupes, we had to show a pair for all the Birkenstock fans out there.

 

Birkenstocks

 

The Culottes

From Jennifer Lawrence to Victoria Beckham, Culottes are definitely a favourite among the A-list, and a favourite among us mere mortals too! From New Look to Zara, we’re inundated with this summer craze. Ending mid-calf, these wide leg cropped trousers definitely bring chic to the high street, for that reason it’s a YAY from us.

Culottes

 

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