Memorial Day Weekend a.k.a the unofficial start of summer is finally upon us and what better way to welcome in the warm-weather months then with a little print. Whether you plan on rocking a chevron bikini at the beach or relaxing in a pair of wide leg print pants-this weekend, playing with print is a definite must. For us, Selena Gomez‘s relaxed boho look is our ideal Memorial Day outfit. Not only is this ensemble super chic and on-trend, it is also crazy comfortable-a fashion lover’s dream.If you plan on going to a friend’s for a BBQ or a family get together, then we suggest a printed maxi dress like Kourtney Kardashian‘s T-Bags Valeria Chevron Print Dress, not only does it scream summer time, it also can easily be dressed up or down to fit the mood of the day.Planning to relax by the water? Then we got the perfect bikini-a chevron bikini by Missoni- it’s classic print will surely get the attention of the fashion set this weekend.
Free People Knit Wideleg Pants: These pants are literally everything right now. Not only are baggy print pants (almost the feel of pajamas) high on the fashion set’s must have list, they also can literally be worn with everything from day-to-day looks to a weekend date. Simply style them with wedges and a jean jacket to dress them up for a Memorial Day party with friends or a pair of sandals and a fedora for a casual-yet-chic look that is perfect for day-drinking with friends.
UNIF Ashbury Dress: We love the free-spirited feel of this Ashbury Dress by UNIF. Wear it as a chic cover-up at the beach with a pair of wooden wedges or over a pair of flowy print pants like Selena did. Up the fashion stakes by piling on a few similar looking necklaces to make an instant statement.
Ray Ban Mirrored Original Aviator Sunglasses: Ray Ban sunglasses are a definite wardrobe must-have this summer(they really are just as cool now as they were in the 80’s). That being said, now is the perfect time to invest in a pair to prepare for the sunny months ahead. These classic shades can be worn with literally anything in your closet-we love how the mirror effect gives these classic shades a modern twist that is guaranteed to take your fashion status to the next level.
Vanessa Mooney Vignette Necklace: Top off your most-loved boho-chic looks with this Vanessa Mooney vignette necklace. Statement necklaces are dominating the fashion scene right now and we love how this simple-yet-chic necklace has the power to instantly transform any look.
Caterina Bowler Bag: Carry all your daily necessities this weekend with this chic yet practical neutral-hue bowler bag. Detach the straps off this vegan leather carryall and tote and take it from shopping in the day to an after-five dinner with the girls-no need to switch purses!
Diane von Furstenberg Opal White Lacquered Wedge Sandals-These gorgeous neutral-hued wedges will go with everything in your summer wardrobe-literally. Style them with your favorite printed maxi dresses or a simple button-down and jeans to take a casual look to fashionable new heights.
T Bags Valeria Chevron Print Maxi Dress: Recently spotted on Kourtney Kardashian, this stylish chevron print is the perfect spring-to-summer frock. It is the kind of maxi you can throw on when you need to look fashion-forward in a moment’s notice. Simply style it with a pair of sandals like these Madewell T-Strap Flat Sandals. This sandal’s black and metallic hues will lend an edgy yet sophisticated touch to warm-weather dressing. Complete your look with a chic braid and an oversized tote for the perfect Memorial Day BBQ ensemble.
Missoni Mare Reversible Print Bikini: Jessica Alba and Rachel Bilson are just a few of the stylish celebrities who love chevron bikinis by Missoni. We think it is the perfect warm-weather investment piece to add to your closet because it will without a doubt stay forever stylish for years to come. Take a note from Jessica Alba and top off your bikini look with a fedora hat like the Melissa Odabash Eva Panama Hat. A street-style favorite, this chic fedora will give a polished finish to your poolside look.
Contributing Editor: Kolbie Richardson