Outfit Ideas Summer 2019: Summary

As September is going strong, I thought it could be a good idea to boost the inspiration with some last minute summer outfits! I’ve compiled some of the articles for spring/summer I’ve done through the years, but also for the transitional period that’s now. They are as relevant then as now if you ask me. A lot of the trends we have today started 2-3 years ago with the reintroduction of the 1980s and 1990s style! Of course fashion has developed more since then, but nothing too dramatic. Here’s a compilation of some outfit ideas summer 2019 to-do before fall hits full time! (Click the images to get to the posts!) 

26 thoughts on “Outfit Ideas Summer 2019: Summary

  1. Thanks for making this compilation. It looks like material from a printed fashion magazine really: so editorial and it goes straight to the point with the season trends 🙂

    I am more than ready for fall season and many layering!

  2. Thanks for sharing this compilation because I’ve been out of the loop with your posts because well, #momlife, lol! Anyway, you’ve shared some great tips, as always. I’ve definitely been experimenting with voluminous pieces lately, which I can’t wait to share. This is an exciting time in summer, as it pertains to fashion, because you can begin incorporating fall pieces with your summer ones, so you’re not fully letting go of summer! Thanks again for sharing, beauty, and I hope you have a great week ahead!

    Xo,

    Jalisa
    THE STYLE CONTOUR

    1. Yesss! Love the voluminous pieces. They’re just the best right now. I wrote about it today as well as part of the fashion trends fall 2019! Can’t wait to see how you’ve styled them! Xx

    1. That’s lovely though! There’ll be enough days for wearing winter clohtes later anyways 😉

  3. Such a nice round up of summer style inspo! Perfect for me, although it’s spring here in Brisbane it feels more like summer at the moment!

    Hope that you have a wonderful weekend ahead of you!

    1. Glad you liked the article love! Yess love the transitional fashion, it’s so fun to play around with contrasting pieces! Xx

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