It's no secret that we love designer duds, but that doesn't mean we shop high-end brands exclusively. In fact, we love a good bargain, and we're not afraid to mix high and low brands together to create our own unique looks. (On that note, check out the $35 flats that everyone will be wearing come summer. Then read up on the 10 Zara swimsuits we're shopping for all of our upcoming beach and pool days.)
Seeing as it’s almost Memorial Day Weekend, we think it’s officially time to gear up for summer by refreshing last year's hot-weather wardrobe. In order to do so, we're turning to some of our tried-and-true (not to mention budget-friendly) favorites—namely Zara, Mango, and H&M. But before we buy, we're taking inspiration from fashion-savvy bloggers. Keep scrolling to see the 16 Zara, Mango, and H&M items fashion girls have given their blessing to.
This floral wrap dress basically has the words "summertime brunch outfit" written all over it.
The black bodysuit is currently out of stock, but luckily, this burnt orange shade is still available.
These wide-leg jeans are the perfect length and wash for pairing with all our summer tees and tanks.
It's no secret that we love a good leopard-print piece, and this short-sleeved shirt is the best budget-friendly way to indulge. Its short, boxy shape looks modern and breezy.
Just like leopard print, snakeskin is also on our summer shopping list. Pair this tee with jeans, a miniskirt, bike shorts, or a bright maxi skirt (like blogger Erika Aguilera does).
This knitted skirt is the perfect piece to throw in your suitcase for weekend trips. The intricate knit texture pairs perfectly will a simple white tee and strappy sandals.
This apple green sleeveless blouse is so versatile—it can go from the office to dinner and beyond.
This collared shirt is a wardrobe basic that will pair well with jeans, chinos, shorts, or a midi skirt.
The one-shoulder design, puff sleeve, and draped neckline are giving us serious '80s vibes.
Everything about this yellow gold slip dress is perfect. From the cowl neck to the slightly flared hem.
This light green color is flattering on all skin tones. Do as Danielle from We Wore What and layer it under a sweater or wear it alone once the temperatures rise.
Revamp a neutral closet with these flared pants that come in a bold shade of yellow. White shoes aren't required but they're surely encouraged.