Sunshine On My Mind—Simple Summer Looks

Sunshine On My Mind—Simple Summer Looks

I’d be lying if I said fashion didn’t recycle. The iconic women’s jumpsuit has been around for several decades and continues to make an appearance in fashion today. In the early 1940s, women began to take over men’s jobs due to World War II. This began the era of the pin-up girl and ultimately introduced women in the working class. From house wife to operational, the jumpsuit became a staple look for working women. In the 1960s, Woodstock, youth rebellions, and new knitting technology revamped jumpsuits even more, and as the years continued, jumpsuits became more and more common. Today we see hundreds of styles and trends with not only jumpsuits but rompers. This military green jumpsuit was a spontaneous find at Abercrombie & Fitch. Offered in multiple colors, the cool linen and viscose fabric blend make it cool enough to wear on a sunny summer day. In addition, it is offered in multiple warm colors and petite sizes and has pockets which are always a win for me!

I’m a sucker for ruffles and this Abercrombie white ruffled and studded top is perfect for any summer outing. The linen fabric makes it breathable for hot summer days and the overall simplicity and detail of it made me fall in love. I paired this top with some high-waisted light wash jeans from Forever 21 and my brown wedges from Aldo.

These are just two of my simple summer looks. What are your summer go-to outfits? Let me know in the comments below!