5 wearable summer trends to add to your wardrobe, now Advertisement

5 wearable summer trends to add to your wardrobe, now

Say hello to prints on prints on prints

By Pepe Jeans  May 24th, 2017

There’s no denying the wonders that summer does to your wardrobe. Goodbye bulky layers for winter, hello breezy silhouettes. Rainbow colour palettes to vibrant prints, the time to let your imagination wild and free is now. Not quite sure where to begin? Take notes from the best. From Santoshi Shetty to Aayushi Bangur, these real girls show you how to adopt the best summer trends and make them your own. 

5 summer trends to try now

Go graphic

The key to nailing street style needn’t always involve complicated ensembles and tricky layering. Graphic prints in vibrant palettes are turning heads just as easily this summer. Find one that reflects your personality and top it off with high-waisted pants. Pepe Jeans’ Spring/Summer ’17 collection should give you the headstart you need with their tropical prints and cool-girl dungarees.

Print mania

The style mandate for the season is strictly go bold or go home. Military tones, botanical prints and feminine ruffles are dictating the mood this summer. Riya Jain, from Caught in a Cuff, works earthy tones and bell bottoms for daywear.

Blue all day, everyday

If rose gold was the colour of the year in 2016, blues are steadily taking over our fashion conscience this year. And we aren’t talking about plain ol’ stonewashed jeans either. Batik prints, tie-dye, vintage patchworks: Take cues from North Eastern fashionista Aien Jamir who nails tone-on-tone with an organic printed shirt and denim skirt. 

Suit up

The playsuit (and rompers alike) are an effortless route to chic, whether you're heading to a seaside café or catching up with the girls for a movie. This denim all-in-one manages to tick two key trend boxes at once. Kavya D’Souza  reminds us that there is more than one way to style a playsuit.

Borrowed from the boys

Give your wardrobe an instant boost (without spending a dime!) by borrowing a few key items from your boyfriend’s closet to work into your outfits. An oversized button-down is good for much more than just a walk of shame! It looks great paired with everything from ripped jeans to cut-offs. Aien Jamir pairs hers oversized white linen shirt with cool boyfriend jeans.


How to step out in style this summer

Still need some more inspiration? The top names on the street style scene share their favourite picks from Pepe Jeans’ Spring/Summer ’17 collection and how to make it your own.

santoshi shetty
stephanie timmins