The prospect of wearing less is one that's become almost an obsession these days as The Longest Winter, Ever lingers on. So, naturally, we've dreamed up enough warm-weather outfits, summery combos, and easy-breezy items to carry us through an entire year's worth of summer days. But, we're rethinking our more-is-more strategy now that we've seen Lauren Moffatt's latest lookbook.
With just a handful of shorts and skirts and one — count 'em, one — pair of shoes, this bare-bones lookbook will provide you with major inspiration for doing more with less this summer. The secrets to this sort of ultra-versatility are color and volume: Flowy, roomy tops in color-soaked prints and solids not only look great when paired with simple bottoms like white pencil skirts and chambray shorts, but they're also comfy, to boot, and allow you to do some creative layering over dresses without getting bunched up. Click through to see all 62 outfits — yep, that's two full months!
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