FENDI X MARC JACOBS as seen worn by Veronica Ferraro.
* The FENDI by Marc Jacobs Summer Capsule 2023 will become available on May 11 online and in selected boutiques.
(Photo via @veronicaferraro)
Bring on the summertime…
As seen worn by @mimiarr: COS textured bandeau top
* This timeless white bandeau is a worthwhile addition to your wardrobe – not only is it versatile, but it’s that bit more elevated than classic tank tops and tees. Knitted from a springy material, this sleeveless piece features all-over texture to keep the subtly curved neckline in place.
+ COS textured pencil skirt
A white pencil skirt is a truly versatile wardrobe addition, especially in summer. This one is crafted from a recycled nylon blend in a textured stitch that makes it look slightly ruched. It’s cut for a midi length with a thigh-high slit and has an elasticated waistband. Create the illusion of a dress by styling with the matching bandeau.
(Photo via @mimiarr)
Anne Laure Mais in: The Attico Fay white denim miniskirt, available at MYTHERESA
* The Fay miniskirt infuses The Attico’s glamorous aesthetic with a streetwear-inspired vision. This denim piece is made from cotton and has an extra-short length that’s punctuated with asymmetric pocket detailing.
+ COS regular fit white T-shirt
+ Miu Miu white satin ballet flats
(Photo via @adenorah)
Amy Appleton Dreyer in a Bevza outfit. (Photo via @stepsofstyle)
Similar to Pernille Teisbaek’s tube dress: WARDROBE.NYC cotton jersey minidress *The simplest styles often make the chicest statement, and this sleeveless white minidress from WARDROBE.NYC’s Beach collection is case in point. Modeled after the label’s signature tank tops, it comes in fine cotton jersey with a snug fit and sporty racerback.
or H&M ribbed bodycon dress
* Short, fitted, sleeveless dress in ribbed cotton jersey. Low-cut, round neckline and a straight-cut hem.
(Photo via @pernilleteisbaek)
Thoughts on white bags, though? Here, Leonie Hanne carrying the Bottega Veneta Fouldard shoulder bag in white inyrecciato leather, available at BOTTEGAVENETA.COM
+ also available at MYTHERESA
* Bottega Veneta’s artful intrecciato weaving technique was developed back in the 1960s to guarantee the longevity of leather goods. The Foulard Intrecciato appears as overhanging coverings on either side of this leather shoulder bag.
(Photo via @leoniehanne)