Summer is coming to an end so I wanted to share with ya’ll a little recap of what (I believe) were the top fashion trends of summer 2017. Looking cute and stylish in 100-degree weather can turn into a daily challenge, and to be honest I am SO over it. Can it be Fall already? Anyway… the past three months I decided to keep it simple so I went back to basics. My top 3: denim, white tees, and fabulous hats.
- DENIM: Vintage Levi’s makes a huge comeback through my current fave—RE/DONE. A luxury label founded by Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur that looks to keep heritage brands relevant by restoring pre-loved jeans, modernizing the fit, and creating one of a kind pieces you will love forever. Another soldier of the sustainable fashion army. RE/DONE is definitely not your average denim company! shopredone.com
- WHITE TEES: RE/DONE and HANES partnered up to bring the “1950s BOXY TEE’’ back. A $78 t-shirt (I know, expensive) that I can’t stop wearing! The fit is what got me to spend this much $ on a t-shirt, but the quality is what made me fall in love with it! Listen to this, no holes after washing it multiple times. #winning This tee is now available in multiple colors on their site. shopredone.com
- HATS: I LOVE hats because they complement your outfits, come in handy on bad hair days, and PROTECT YOUR SKIN FROM THE SUN. Win, win, win! Hats have been my go-to accessory this summer, and I’m ALL over the hand-painted Panama hats. Colombian artisans added colorful and innovative designs to these hats turning them into works of art and one-of-a-kind stylish pieces. Colombia’s hottest summer trend has taken over the beaches worldwide, and we have a few are available here for you. Don’t miss out! SHOP, SHOP, SHOP.
The sophisticated colonial city of Cartagena, Colombia serves as inspiration for a brand that personifies the fine balance between the classic and contemporary styles of the Caribbean. Martin Pescador, is an exclusive and premium resort wear line made in Colombia. MP takes pride in showcasing a line that's inspired by life in the tropics. They stand for high quality resort wear and it's main focus is to empower Colombian artisans to preserve their skills and share their legacy around the world. Each of their products tell centenary stories and pay significant attention to detail. Martin Pescador in partnership with the ProAves Foundation donates a share of their sales to fund the campaign towards bird species threatened with extinction in Colombia. This considerable effort is paired with the reforestation of the most eco-diverse place on earth: The Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. Do we have a case of fashion for a cause? How chic! Shop and support. For more information on Martin Pescador visit their website, www.martinpescador.co