Summer 2014 Fashion Trends
Summer's Best Fashion Trends
We've scoured the Internet and rounded up the hottest summer fashion trends from our favorite bloggers. Click on and get inspired!
Candy-color frocks bring to mind the glamour of a Palm Beach vacation. Accented by over-the-top shades and a metallic belt, this ensemble radiates and celebrates summer style.
Get more information on this look at Fashion Tweaker.
Scalloped Crochet Shorts
Get more information on this look at Forever Chic.
The Retro One-Piece
The retro one-piece has solidified itself as the "it" style for relaxation poolside or beachside this summer. Details like a sweetheart neckline and bustier-inspired stitching are going strong this season.
Get more information on this look at Crystalin Marie.
Gingham and Floral
Modern Tropical Print
Another warm-weather-approved pattern is the tropical print. Here, the look is given a stylish modern makeover in a form-fitting silhouette, finished by a pair of breezy ankle strap heels.
Get more information on this look at To Vogue Or Bust.
Multitasking Maxi Dress
Nothing works harder for you in the summer heat than a maxi dress! Equal parts casual and formal, this form-flattering frock will feel stylish, whether you're at the airport or your favorite downtown restaurant.
Get more information on this look at Fashberries.
Although sheer fabric has the potential to feel a bit too daring in the off seasons, it feels right at home in the heart of summer. To complete the look, balance it with softer cotton fabrics and classic accessories.
Get more information on this look at Crazy Style Love.
Never could we have predicted that the romper shape would come back in vogue, but the fresh take certainly has our attention. Nail the revitalized trend by layering on the accessories -- things like dressy sandals, tasseled jewelry, and oversize shades.
Get more information on this look at Southern Curls & Pearls.
The flirty patterns and soft fabrics of sundresses are, of course, a summer style staple. Here, a cinched waist helps to define shape, while a band of dotted white fabric at the neckline balances the bold print.
Get more information on this look at Sarah Hearts.