Mid-summer Street styling ideas

By mid-summer season one is bound to shake things up style-wise, especially the casual looks wardrobe. Looking for the coolest new inspiration is kind of an unavoidable necessity. 
A printed jumpsuit or matching set of rich prints are made for lazy days when you need to put your style game together and keep your head stress-free.


A matching set consisting of a cropped shirt in pastel stripes and matching culottes is a cute outfit for your mornings. Complete this look with barely heels or a pointed-toe high heel and a cute mini pouch. 

Owning a wardrobe that’s properly stocked with the right amount of t-shirts is like having the key to a well-functioning summer collection. Style your favorite graphic t-shirt with a pair of culottes of rich print and colorful accents, and give your skinny jeans a break.

 Layering with a denim jacket does complement a simple t-shirt and a skirt of any length that works best for you. Team a light washed denim cropped jacket with a white tee and a midi skirt in floral print. Or, opt for an oversized denim jacket, crewneck tee, a red midi peanut skirt and black leather slippers. For the easiest go-to outfit, rock a coral cardigan, a t-shirt and flared pants to elongate your figure.

 A wrap dress works for many body types. Pair a floral wrap dress of bright colors with a pair of sporty sandals and a shoulder bag for a super cool outfit. A flirty feminine midi skirt with a flare accent goes perfectly with a Racer-back tank and the trending bucket hat and joggers.

A floral cropped culottes of soft fabric and a sleeveless top is a cute and fun summer combo with versatile options. Free-flowing maxi skirts and dresses are the official looks that scream joyful summer days and cheerful nights. Team a white cropped jacket with a midi skirt of chains print or boho-chic pattern and survive the heat wave in style.


For more inspiration on easy and simple outfit ideas to copy all summer long, check out these looks. 

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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.

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