VISIONAIRE’S S/S CLOSET STAPLES
As trends come & go, it can be reassuring to know that even once those items have seen their day, we still have all the necessary staple pieces that withstand the test of time.
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite go to spring & summer closet staples. These items can be endlessly mixed & matched together or worn separately.
White Linen Shirt ▲ How can one go wrong w/ a classic white linen shirt? Wear it solo, as a layering piece or as a light summer cover up.
Racer Back Tank ▲ A racer back tank lets you show off a little more skin in a sporty way! Pair it w/ your favorite bralette to avoid boob slippage ;)
Crop Top ▲ Showing off more skin in a belly-bearing crop top can be daring & sexy. When paired w/ high-waist jeans & only showing a sliver of skin keeps the look feeling more casual & cool.
Cut-off Shorts ▲ Pair these w/ a lightweight, oversized sweater for those breezy spring nights.
Culottes ▲ Culottes are a nice change from the usual silhouette. They are practical, appropriate, & breathable to help avoid the dreaded summer swamp a$$.
Jersey Pencil Skirt ▲ When we need to elevate our look from denim shorts in the summer, a jersey pencil skirt is a comfortable, low-maintenance choice.
Jersey Dress ▲ A simple style that we can find in varying silhouettes according to our body types, are perfect for the humid summer months.
Slip Dress ▲
A slip dress is an elegant option for the evening. If you’re going for a more casual look, layer on a denim jacket.
Romper/Playsuit ▲ The perfect throw-on for a day on the go. It can be dressed up & down for ease of transition from day to night!
Denim Jacket ▲ A denim jacket can downplay a dress for an effortless vibe. We prefer ours oversized for an edgier look.
Bomber Jacket ▲ Bombers have been huge the past few seasons & we’d like for them to stick around!
Trench ▲ The trench coat is simply a timeless classic. Perfect to layer over almost anything on a chilly spring day for that instant cool girl vibe ;)
Editor in Chief: Rui Cheng
Writer: Moira McNally
Photographer: Jana Machackova-Oey