Mango's Dreamy Summer Collection Just Went Viral, and I'm Loving These 33 Pieces

Nearly all fashion people live by the same summer mantra: If you didn't post about it on Instagram, did it even happen? Case in point? Mango's viral influencer trip to Menorca, Spain. For half a week at the start of summer, my feed was inundated with abstract prints, raffia accessories, and bold color palettes that would put any quiet-luxury fan to shame. While this year's summer trends seem to veer toward classic, Mango's latest summer drop is changing things up, ad I'm freaking out about it. 

After collaborating with beloved brand Simon Miller and introducing dozens of vacation-ready styles, Mango's latest summer drop feels straight out of my Pinterest board. Nothing on the list costs more than $200, meaning you aren't spending an arm and a leg for an influencer-approved outfit your friends will be begging for links for. If that isn't as exciting as setting an automatic out-of-office email reply, I don't know what is.

Below, scroll through 33 of the best summer finds available on Mango. 


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Ana Escalante is an award-winning journalist and Gen Z editor whose work ranges from dissecting size inclusivity at fashion week to discussing how American Girl Doll meme accounts are the the answer to society's collective spiral. She's covered it all: Queen Elizabeth II's corgis, Roe v. Wade frontline protests, and the emergence of jorts (or jean shorts for the uninitated). At Who What Wear, Ana is responsible for delivering smart, insightful, personality-driven shopping guides and trend features for a digital-first generation.Before joining Who What Wear, Ana was Glamour magazine's editorial assistant, where she focused on daily news and special packages, including leading the brand's 2022 Met Gala coverage. For more than half a decade, she has covered style, beauty, and digital culture for publications such as Paper magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Japan, and Allure, among others. Ana has been called a rising star in media by publications such as Nylon and Teen Vogue. (Her mother, meanwhile, calls her "the coolest person" she knows.)