Most worn summer outfits that I will wear again for years to come

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Today's post will be a gallery of my most worn summer items.

This is an inspirational post for you, but it is also beneficial for me for several reasons:

  • to know what I have been using a lot during the summer (despite the lockdown) and what I didn't wear much and therefore I have physical evidence of what I need to declutter before the seasonal wardrobe change.

  • to see how my style has evolved and what key pieces I might need to invest into for the next year.

  • to check how many items I bought and how many of them are new or thrift as I would like to be more sustainable and have less impact on the environment.

Trendy items give a momentary satisfaction, and they will need to be replaced endless times while leaving you constantly unhappy with your wardrobe.

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Linen trousers

By far my most worn bottom part this summer. This pair was old (two years ago) but I definitely would like to invest in another colour for next season as they suit my style perfectly. I found them chic and comfy, plus they literally are the most versatile trouser I have had as I easily wore them with all my tops.

Cream linen trousers:

Bermuda jeans

Another key bottom for me this summer: I am not really into short shorts in the city, I prefer to wear them only for my holidays so this was the perfect alternative for the heatwave days.

I basically just cut an old pair of black jeans and I am really happy with the result and that I managed to reuse something I already owned.

Black Bermuda jeans:

Satin skirt

(my skirt is from Missselfridge, 2019 winter collection)

The most worn skirt of the summer has also been my most worn winter skirt!

I am obsessed with its cut and the satin fabric as being quite casual, it is a nice item that helps to elevate my style without effort.

I was thinking of buying a second hand one in a nude/bone colour to use for autumn and hopefully next summer too.

Black satin skirt:

Oxford shirt (Asos men's)

My go-to summer top along with my basic black and white T-shirts.

Honestly, it is a lifesaver. It worked so well with everything else and its lightweight, breathing fabric was suitable even for the warmer months. Bonus: it can be used as a jacket if you size up a bit (this one is my boyfriend's).

Oversized shirt:

White or cream jeans

Staple summer jeans for everyone I reckon. They are a no brainer option that will make you look immediately more summery and the neutral colour will work with literally every top.

The skinny white ones are from H&M (last summer) while the straight leg cream ones are from River Island (the winter collection).

I do like to wear the latter in the autumn as well with a chunky sweater and boots so I will keep them in the wardrobe all year round.

Regular cropped jeans: Arket


This summer I didn't wear my dresses much while in London, mainly because I didn't have anywhere to go.

The only one that saw the sunlight a bit more is my beloved mini white dress, perfect for the heatwave days.

Wide fit linen dress: Arket

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I don't have a huge collection of accessories but I like to have only matching neutral colours that work with each other and that can be paired effortlessly with many outfits.

The majority of them are also non-seasonal, such as the black bucket bag, so I will continue to wear them in the colder months too.

I tend to stick with the same brands, even when buying second hand most of the time so I can make sure that my style is always cohesive and coherent.

Most of the below are at least one year and I got lots of wear out of them.

Being 9 hours a day on my feet, I usually invest a bit more money into footwear rather than bags as I need them to be super comfortable and I want them to be the best quality I can afford.


Straw bag

Black bucket bag: Oliver Bonas

Khaki crossbody: Oliver Bonas

Black high heels: Max Mara

Tan and mustard shoulder bag: Les Copains

Zebra mini bag: No label handmade from florentine artisan

Mustard suede sac: No label handmade from florentine artisan


Silver sandals: Oliver Bonas

White trainers: Oliver Bonas

Zebra loafers: Max mara

Tan oxford brogue: Zara

Khaki sandals: Oliver Bonas

Red court shoes: Zara


Gold jewellery is all I wear in Summer as I believe is terrific when tanned.

My favourite combo this year has been a vintage chunky necklace, gold hoops and a gold ring.

Overall, I am glad that I have been rocking most of my summer items despite the lockdown and that I managed to stick to my slow consumption plan, making the most of what I already have and buying less and in a sustainable way.

I feel my summer wardrobe is very cohesive now and I don't need to add much for the next year.

What am I going to declutter?

I am selling a few cotton jumpers in good conditions that I have not used much.

I also would like to donate my red court shoes. I still love them but I have been wearing them mainly to take pictures and when I actually wear them for a date out they are extremely uncomfortable.

What about you?

Have been able to wear your best summer outfits this year?

And which item have you worn the most?

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