30 Perfect Looks To Copy This June

As much as we'd like to spend the entirety of June in a bathing suit, prior commitments (work, weddings, barbecues) require us to actually get dressed every day. But when a bikini or one-piece feels like the only viable option in terms of clothing for scorching temperatures and absurdly high levels of humidity, where does one turn? A hearty collection of sundresses, loose-fitting (and super-thin) T-shirts, and other breathable items that aren't just cute, but practical too.

Now that the weather has finally taken a turn towards the hot, hot, hot, a wardrobe to match is imperative. Putting a fool-proof look together while also combatting the sweat and stick outside can be a challenge, though — and that's where these 30 outfits come in. From work-ready ensembles and weekend uniforms to special occasion and night-out goods, the pairings ahead are all the inspiration you need for that changing season closet refresh.
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With a calendar full of special events, your same old party dress can feel a little passé. Get creative with a silky suit set — particularly one that features a bold color or print (or both!).

ASOS suit.
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Remember that layering trick we shared last fall? Take it into summer by keeping the bustier, and swapping the turtleneck for a T-shirt.

Quay Australia sunglasses.
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Or, for an even lower-maintenance look, try a no-fail tee and floral dress combination.
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Weekend uniforms should look cool and require minimal thought or effort. A worn-in tee, mini skirt, and slip-on shoes does just the trick.

Vintage T-shirt, & Other Stories skirt, Scotch & Soda shoes, Rianna + Nina bag.
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Pajama dressing is seasonless — take the trend into summer with a brightly-colored set and some equally-as-fun wedges.

Rochas top and pants, Roger Vivier shoes.
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Give new life to the off-the-shoulder top you can't stop wearing by treating it as a layering piece, rather than a statement one.

Zara shirt, ASOS jumper, Topshop shoes.
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For a warm-weather monochromatic ensemble, opt for lighter fabrics and shades, like white, cream, or beige.

ASOS top and pants, Topshop shoes.
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We get it: Some people are just anti-shorts — and that's totally fine. If you are going to stick to pants all summer long, a pair that's loose in silhouette and thin in fabric (like these wide-legged boyfriend jeans) is key.

MM6 Maison Margiela pants, Coach shoes, vintage bag.
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Because if you haven't hopped on the jumpsuit train just yet, now seems to be a better time than any.

Two by Vince Camuto jumpsuit, BP by Nordstrom shoes.
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A throw-on-and-go kaftan-style frock is essential — and takes you from day-to-night, weekday-to-weekend, and more.

Natasha Zinko dress, Mark Cross bag.
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If you want to wear all-white but don't want to commit 100%, bold accessories can help break things up, but still look crisp.

Dries Van Noten sunglasses, H&M top, Jesse Kamm pants, Cult Gaia bag, Marais shoes.
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Reminder: Everyone needs a floral dress (or two).

Eloquii dress.
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Photo via @jeskaalice.
Planning a night on the town? Try a vintage-inspired mini dress that feels unexpected in a sea of LBDs.

Topshop dress, Urban Outfitters shoes.
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Photo via @julianasalazar.
Make your favorite cut-out piece work appropriate by layering it over a tee, crop top, or bodysuit.

NastyGal dress, Converse shoes.
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When life gives you lemons, pull a Beyoncé and go full-on lemonade.

Tata Naka dress, Walter Steiger shoes.
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Photo via @latelyivebeenme.
Introducing The Romper 2.0.

Pixie Market romper.
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The more patterns, the better.

Lisa Folawiyo Studio top and skirt, Louis Vuitton shoes.
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Photo via @lulurosewood.
Vyshyvankas, a national costume of the Ukraine, have made their way mainstream. Embrace the trend with a shorter version that works for the office and weekend get-togethers alike.

Innika Choo dress, Gucci bag, Senso shoes.
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If slip dresses feel too revealing, try layering a long-lined button-up as a lightweight jacket. It looks just as polished, but doesn't leave you overexposed.

Calvin Klein dress, Rosie Assoulin top, Trademark shoes.
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Photo via @maria_bernad.
Remember all those culottes you own? They work for summer, too.
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Photo via @nadiaaboulhosn.
It's wedding season! Consider a vibrant, hip-hugging number that makes you the best dressed guest in attendance.

Rebdolls dress, Target shoes.
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A below-the-knee length tunic + frayed hem jeans + neutral grandma heels = A flawless outfit equation.
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Yes, you can wear boots bare-legged, too.

For Chava by Panya dress.
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Photo via @topshop.
Chilly days are inevitable, and that's where a thin jacket comes in: Bombers add an element of cool to any look, from a dressed-up jumpsuit and heels to classic jeans and a tee.

Topshop jacket, pants, and shoes.
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When atheisure meets a night out, the end result is, well, flawless.

Adidas shoes.
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You may expect two different plaids to clash, but these two, of similar color palettes, coordinate perfectly.

AF Agger-Flachs dress.
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The upgraded way to do jeans and a tee. #NailedIt.
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Dress down an ultra-feminine dress with some skater shoes.

Stella McCartney dress, Vans shoes, Louis Vuitton bag, SUPER by RETROSUPERFUTURE sunglasses.
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Photo via @yoyokulala.
That concert shirt you love? Worn with black jeans (or regular jeans, for that matter), and you have an easy-breezy look that works every time.

Bleach shirt, Chanel shoes, Comme des Garcons bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses.
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Unconventional shirting: Just do it.

Jacquemus shirt, C/meo Collective pants, By SUN shoes.
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