Effortless Summer Style

July 14, 2016

We’re getting into that part of summer. Frizzy hair, fans constantly running, legs stuck to lawn furniture — in other words, not the good part. Still, we can help you chill by keeping your clothes breezy and your style cool at the same time. (Oh, and did we mention easy on the earth? That too!) Don’t sweat it—just check out these recommendations for outfits that will keep your summer looks so fun that no one will need to throw shade your way.

Featherweight Scarves
Available in three colors, this beautiful silk scarf is great for layering due to its translucency and airy lightness!

Zion Chambray Shorts
Soft, comfortable and flexible for warm weather day hikes, they’re crafted for breathability.

Gray Banbury Tencel Dresses
The tailored breeziness we love in a button-down, made into a throw-on-and-go dress in ultra-soft tencel with subtle waist pockets.

Check out the rest of our apparel selections! And take 15% off all items in our apparel collection by using code SUMMERSTYLE at checkout this week only. (Hurry! Code expires July 23!) And don’t forget—all purchases totaling over $100 qualify for free shipping! 

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