Hot Summer Style

It may be August, but summer’s not over yet. Don’t let those back-to-school commercials get you down. There’s plenty of time left for swimming at the beach, lounging by the pool and frolicking in the sun. Give your wardrobe a mid-summer brushup with these on-trend pieces from local and online retailers.

Dress with Tie Belt

This blue and white patterned V-neck dress features wide sleeves, a gently tapered waist and removable tie belt.

$34.99 at H&M and

Shade & Shore Blue Dot Bikini

All-over texture gives this polka dot bikini dimension and personality while maintaining a classic look.

$29.99 at Target and

Island Fare V-Neck Tunic

Crochet trim along the neckline, cuffs and hem of this lightweight cotton swimwear tunic adds a hint of effortless elegance.

$99 at

Frayed Edge Floppy Hat

Shield your skin from the sun’s rays and look fashionable doing it in this floppy hat by LC
Lauren Conrad.

$38 at Kohl’s and

Maui Tencel Club Collar Shirt

The newest member of your Hawaiian shirt collection features a tropical print and camp collar.

$69.50 at Lucky Brand and

Square Keyhole Sunglasses

With antique tortoise frames and azure lenses, these contemporary sunglasses feature a slim profile and subtly squared lenses.

Ralph Lauren

A New Day Slide Sandals

Parallel straps across the top—one neutral and one faux snakeskin—and a subtle wedge heel bring a polished finishing touch to every look.

$24.99 at Target and

RVCA Eclectic 17″ Swim Trunks

Add an eye-catching print to your summer vibe with these rad trunks.

$55 at PacSun and

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Kimberly Dijkstra
Kimberly Dijkstra is the web editor for Anton Media Group, a writer for Long Island Weekly and recipient of several Press Club of Long Island (PCLI) and New York Press Association (NYPA) awards.

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