Summer is peeking around the corner and this season we’re witnessing playful feminine styles and fun matching sets worn by fashion bloggers and influencers in Vancouver. The city streets are appearing more fashionable than ever this month with new trends emerging as the weather heats up. Thinking of switching up your wardrobe? Here’s a look at must-have styles you need to get your hands on this summer:
We can hardly keep up with JCI Fashion Business & Creative Arts graduate as she’s traveling from one city to another. Recently, Emma was spotted in Paris alongside her blogger BFF’s. Now that she’s back in the city, we can’t wait to see what outfit Emma will be posting next!
What She Wore: Jumpsuit from Shop Planet Blue accessorized with the must-have summer basket purse.
Is Megan Reynolds related to Vancity Ryan Reynolds… that’s a secret we’ll never tell. But we will tell you that she got this beautiful dress from Aritzia!
What She Wore: Aritzia dress, platform heels with a side purse.
JCI Fashion graduate Jordan Sangster is rocking matching two-piece summer sets that are full on in trend for summer. These sets are not only playful and super easy to style, they also are very feminine and stylish to wear to the beach, out for lunch or to a music festival.
What She Wore: Matching set (left) from Billabong, matching set (right) from Zaful
Youtube Vlogger, Fashion icon, fitness and makeup guru, you could say JCI graduate Sayeh Sharelo does it all. These print design bodysuits can be worn in many ways, just see below how Sayeh has styled her bodysuits. The bodysuit trend has been around for a while now and there’s no beating the smooth and chic look of this style.
What She Wore: Left: Fashion Drug, Middle: Rebellious Fashion, Right: Fashion Nova
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