Master The Fashion Trend For This Summer

The Maxi Skirt and Dress

You don’t have to limit yourself to plain skirts and dresses, dear Zara. But if you want just a little extra flair, godet insets and ruffles add extra style points whenever you move or walk. Summer trends mean not just florals but also botanical, geometric and other eye-catching prints to spice up your OOTD. If you’re wearing a solid-colored top, a printed or patterned skirt or dress can make a huge difference to your look and your mood! Ankle-skimming maxi dresses and skirts in classic A-line silhouettes flatter all body types.

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The Boxy Silhouette

The selection on YesStyle comes in rounded and bateau (boat) necklines, as well as regular crewnecks so you’re assured of keeping to the standard. The looser silhouette also means it’s easy to layer over a camisole, long-sleeved top or dress. The boxy bodice also means you look more architectural because there’s a more rigid shape to the garment so your shoulders look straighter.Boxy tees, shirts and sweatshirts are all the rage right now, and this is something you can wear, Zara! If anything that is form-fitting or revealing is not permitted at your university, then a boxy top can do that.

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The Bell Sleeve

Bell sleeves are another hot trend that started this spring and are still going strong. So even if your top is plain-colored, the sleeves make a huge difference! Even under a lightweight cardigan or denim jacket, the cuffs are often long enough to be seen and make a scene. The longer, flared cuffs give the top a very free-spirited look and quite eye-catching whenever you move your hands.

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The Bonus Features

And don’t forget the bags! Being a student gives you a license to show off a cute backpack or satchel at every opportunity. A mix of leather and metal bangles as well as stacked rings make for great arm candy.If you’re allowed to wear accessories even with a somewhat strict dress code at university, you should definitely take advantage of this option. Layered and pendant necklaces make a charming yet subtle statement.

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