A new month is here with a fresh batch of sartorial delights to get us excited for summer. As we approach the start of the sunny season, I’ve had my eye on some chic new pieces for reemergence as things slowly start to return to normal. From a retro floral bikini for weekends at the beach to of-the-moment sandals to show off my pedicure in style and plenty of versatile and chic dresses to take me from day to night, below, I wanted to share some of my favorite finds of the season that are simply too good to pass up. Moreover, I’ve kept all this month’s shopping picks under $100, so you’ll have more dollars to put toward that last-minute summer getaway. From breezy dresses to the coolest warm-weather accessories, take your look to next-level chic with the most desirable items of the season.
Retro floral bikinis are trending hard right now.
Shop the matching Print Bikini Bottoms ($20).
Layer this trending pearl-and-gold necklace with other chains or wear it alone for a statement look.
Wear your summer dresses with these retro-cool socks and sneakers (below).
I don’t know about you, but this is what I want to wear to bed all summer.
Shop the matching Embroidered Silk Shorts ($90).
For an Insta-worthy look, opt for a pair of statement rectangular frames.
This ruching, though!
Shop the matching Bikini Bottoms ($13).
Judith is the senior fashion market editor at Who What Wear and has worked in fashion for nearly a decade. Judith started on the Shop Who What Wear team, creating content and managing a team of merchandisers for the Who What Wear shopping app. She later crossed over to the editorial team, where she shares the coolest, most desirable fashion market finds and brands in her shopping-focused stories and social takeovers. She has become one of the top affiliate earners during her six plus years at Who What Wear. Before working in fashion, Judith was a TV host on the PBS travel show Globe Trekker (airing on Netflix and Amazon Prime) and shared her passion for travel and food. She studied at the prestigious London Academy of Dramatic Arts as well as Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York. She later studied fashion merchandising and design, which laid the foundation for her career in fashion.