Looking Back at My Favorite Summer Styles

Looking Back

Happy Friday, beautiful. I must admit, it’s always difficult for me to transition into fall, especially when it comes to fashion. The biggest reason is that I live in Florida where we don’t really get much of the cooler season. In fact, the weather report yesterday gave a heat index of over 100°! How can I even imagine kicking off my flip-flops for over-the-knee boots (as fabulous as they maybe, it can’t be done) with those temps? Although there are some great options to make the transition from the blazing summer days of summer to the crisper ones of fall (here, here, & here), I want to take one last peek at my favorite style from this summer. Scroll on down and click on the links to see the looks that I remained loyal to all summer long.

Laid Back Chic

This Beach Chic look is more comfy than pjs.

Boho Mini

Boho Chic in the form of a drop waist dress is all I need.

white linen pants and a blue tank

Keeping Cool in White Linen Pants.

Tory Burch tunic and white shorts

Orange Crush– paired with white jeans or shorts, this tunic has kept me stylish all summer long.

On Island Time

On Island Time statement tee and a bikini was a beach regular this summer.

white jeans and a gold tank

Elevating the jeans and a tee look with white and gold.

bikini mom

Seriously, I have been loving this bikini for years. It’s been elevated to adorable status with my favorite accessory!

Mother-daughter dressing

Matching with my girls in Mommy and Me Style Done Right.

Girls Swimwear

I can’t forget about twin style!

What about you? What were your favorite looks of summer? Are you ready to say goodbye to your warm weather wardrobe and hello to boots and turtlenecks? Please share your thoughts in the comments below. I’d love to know.


Special thanks to Allana Wesley White Photography for the lovely photos.



2 thoughts on “Looking Back at My Favorite Summer Styles

  1. Love your simple yet elegant summer styles here! So trendy and chic yet cool and comfortable for the warm temps. Thanks for the summer recap and looking forward to what you’ll suggest for fall!
    Paula @ adjustingsails.net