7 Summer Wardrobe Updaters

Summer is on the horizon and I’m in a tropical kind of mood.

Whilst the rest of the fashion world goes tie-dye crazy, I’m feeling in the mood for the Caribbean.

Perhaps the spoilers of Naomie Harris filming the new James Bond in Jamaica, or that Rihanna will be launching a reggae album someday soon; I predict that Island vibes will be the look to covet next Summer, so you may as well get into your groove early.

In the meantime here are some of my elected pieces to update your wardrobe for this summer, with a little cosmopolitan reality thrown in.

  1. Self Portrait Crochet

I saw this at Self-Portrait’s Albermale store and instantly fell in love. Wear with long beachy waves, or combed out natural curls.

Find it at Self Portrait.

2. Travel in Style with Mini Vintage bags

L-R: Chanel, £725, Vestiaire Collective; Prada, £569.37, Vestiaire Collective; Burberry, £310, Vestiaire Collective.

3. Minimal Swim

Up your swimwear game with a super sexy metallic bikini from Victoria’s Secret, or this minimal suit from & Other Stories.

4. Strappy Sandals

Perfect for home or away: these strappy leather sandals from & Other Stories, will go with everything.

5. Consider a pink trench coat

Catch the light in a pink trench from Micheal Lo Sordo, or Ashish.

6. New Denim

White denim suddenly feels so right.

L-R: Pearl Denim Jacket, £725, Christopher Kane; Le Sylvie Kick Boot, £187.34, Frame Denim; Straight High Rise Jeans, £65, & Other Stories.

7. Anoraks are cool

An English summer, means always being prepared. Do it the old fashioned way.

L-R: GmbH x Browns, Logo Print Drawstring Anorak Jacket, £1,050, Browns; Stockholm Transparent Raincoat, £255, Stutterheim.

Jamila x


Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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