StyleBible Preview

These are the Style Staples and Trends for Summer 2018

Stock up on these pieces from Mango for the hot days ahead.

The start of a new season signals fashion girls to experiment with new outfits. And with the latest Spring/Summer 2018 clothes beckoning, you can update your wardrobe with selections from high-street fashion favorite MangoHere are the hottest trends you need to try this summer:

1. Pastels

These pastel slip dresses are ideal for a summer bash, but if you'd rather wear pants, go for wide-leg trousers and pair them with a top in the same print.



 

2. Denim

This staple for all seasons gets a raw look, as seen on this washed-out denim jacket with contrasting stitching. Wide-leg jeans and knee-length denim skirts are also on-trend.

 

3. Oversized earrings

With quirky designs, these pairs are bold enough to make a fashion statement whether day or night.

 

4. Trenchcoat

Choose an oversized but less structured version made from breathable fabrics, like cotton and linen in gray and green hues.

 

5. Linen

Mango's latest collection sees the return of linen and linen blends in subtle textural gradations for smooth and refined looks. Boho dresses with soft, voluminous sleeves are the key to the season's feminine feel.

 

6. Suit

The full suit remains essential this summer. Relaxed silhouettes, pastel colors, and soft lines make it appropriate for the season and also the workplace.

 

7. Bermuda shorts

Oversized shorts are making a comeback. Keep them flattering by cinching your waist with a tone-on-tone belt.

8. Crochet

Delicate crochet on long dresses and halter tops exude a laid-back and feminine vibe. In black and white, the outfits look polished.

 

9. The minimal sandal

This summer basic gets updated to a flat sandal with very thin black, white, or brown crisscrossing straps. 

 

10. Jumper

These light sweaters come in a mix of textures and materials in off-white, brown, and khaki. They can also do double-duty as a swimwear cover-up.

 

Shop online here, and follow Mango on Facebook.

This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with Mango.