This summer is at its peak now. Long sunny days, and some beautiful weather. Stores are now open for in-store or by appointment shopping. Finally. It is safe, and great to be back in stores again.There are plenty of looks around. One of the coolest looking trends surfacing is the color blue. When you wear blue, you give off a cool summer vibe. Daytime looks go from super casual, to elegantly feminine. When you wear blue, you look fresh, whether you go for prints of solids, or the new denims. Everyone in the stores is working hard to keep their customers safe. The sales associates are all masked and happy to help you. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in the city,
Valentino loves blues a lot. Their New York boutique is even decorated with blue prints from the collection. Whether you prefer a teal blue or a deeper navy paired with white, you will look great.
Or you can mix both. A navy blazer works with this dress or with some jeans, blue or white.
Shorter dresses in mini-prints have a chic house dress vibe. The navy suit to the left looks great, and you can take a clue from Valentino and throw the jacket over the dresses.
Dresses in blue florals look sexy and demure at the same time.
The boho, Gypset vibe of these two dresses are perfect summer dressing.
This blue on blue print is a bit more demure. But check out the blue checked jacket or the solid blue on on the rack behind the mannequin. Both look very fresh.
This bright turquoise print is vibrant and modern. The poppy print goes in a totally different direction, and yet it looks elegant.
Dior did a lot with tie dye effects this season. These two looks are playful. Jumpsuits are back. This one looks great with the signature Saddle Bag with a major strap.
Short dresses in a darker print are a deft way to wear blue.
REbecca Taylor does blue is crisp stripes.
J.W. Anderson makes this dreamy striped dress for Loewe. Pin stripes and a white tux front look great.
There are more solid blues all over. Theory endorses pale blue suiting.
Prada has a sportier take on blue. Miuccia uses a rich mid blue in her signature nylon fabrics.
There are also dreamy blue shirts and bubble dresses. And notice how well blue goes with brown. Accessorize your look with brown shoes or bags.
For a dressier look, royal blue stands out. The lace embellished dress here, is sleek yet feminine.
These royal blue dresses and tops have a distinct boho vibe.
And this sophisticated jumpsuit from Theory is sleek and modern. A different take on this new trend.
Shirt dresses are back too. This one with the large front pockets will carry through into fall with ease.
Blue denim is always in style. For a younger look, try a romper or a ruffled sun dress.
Or go for some boho chic in this pretty and interesting ecru hand embroidered smock dress.
Another way to splash out a bit is to wear these Alice and Olivia shrunken patched pieces. Each piece, with the embroidered patches can certainly stand on its own.
Jeans decorated with sequins will take you many places in style.
A dip dye oversize dip dye shirt with bleached out flowers from Off-White is a statement piece.
The French brand Iro thinks that you should wear your blues head to toe. The shirt is a chambray, and the boots are a paler denim. This too is a statement look.
It is nice to see some creative denim bottoms. High-waisted with a tie front, these jeans make a statement, especially when paired with the ruffled lace trimmed blouse.
Think about adding an creative denim shirt to your wardrobe.
Some times all you need is a plain denim jacket. If you can’t find a really cool one at your local vintage store, try something like this from Zadig and Voltaire.
This jumpsuit has a clever belt, and a uniform like feel to it. wear it with the cuffs rolled up.
This jumpsuit from Free People has a different attitude with it’s cinched waist.
This pulled together look from Frame takes blue to a new level. A crisp blue pinstriped shirt, under a navy blazer plays well with the carefully distressed jeans. Smart and casual.
Blue handbags add a pop of color to almost any look. Pair them with tonal blues, navy, white, and with a clear yellow outfit. Keep it fresh and clean this season.