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the i-d guide to summer dressing

Yes we’re already in the mood for fall thanks to the ever-impatient show schedules but lets live in the season we’re in for now. Summer is here, it’s time to change up your wardrobe. Strip down, layer up and just have fun because at the end of the day that’s what it’s all about. With that in mind we present you with i-D’s guide to dressing this summer.

Text Ger Tierney

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  • chunky knits

    Wooly jumpers aren’t just for winter. Think of cozying up on those chilly summer nights. Wear with your summer skin, slung off the shoulder making the look super sexy rather than dowdy. For next level hotness add a piercing like Juliana. 

    Photography Daniel Jackson
    NY Fashion Director Alastair McKimm

     

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  • costly over costume

    This summer don’t be afraid to bring out your finest of jewels for daytime dining and boozing rather than letting them gather dust in anticipation of some special night. Contrast delicate gold and silver with dressed down basics and denim to modernise traditionally evening accessories.

    Photography Richard Bush
    Styling Sarah Richardson
    Model Kati Nescher at Viva London

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  • be a band aid not a groupie

    Channel your inner Anita Pallenberg and the glory days of rock and roll. Rummage through your attic, grandmother’s wardrobe and local charity shop for some barely there fanfare gems reminiscent of the 60s and 70s. Lace up boots and a spot of Saint Laurent are definitely a sure fire way of nailing it.

    Photography Marlene Marino
    Fashion Director Sarah Richardson
    Model Edie Campbell at Viva London 

    Top vintage. Skirt Isabel Marant. Boots vintage at Found and Vision.

  • logos x luxe

    Photography Willy Vanderperre. Styling Olivier Rizzo.

  • denim dos

    Trawl through vintage shops for the best denim pieces. Find perfectly worn denim and if the shape’s not quite right get it altered, it’s worth the effort I promise. Try something as simple as taking the sleeves off an over sized denim jacket as our Fashion Editor, Jack Borkett, did to create the perfect addition to this Stella gown.

    Photography Nick Dorey
    Styling Jack Borkett
    Make-up Isamaya Ffrench
    Models Juliana Schurig at Premier

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