Tuesday, 17 June 2014 11:38

3 Fashion Themes you need to follow this Summer

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Shopping for your new summer wardrobe is always a fun and exhilarating process but if you don't know where you start then shopping around could get a little bit tricky. To help you stick to your budget and prevent yourself from over-stuffing your wardrobe, you need to make a concise list of things you will need – this should include everything from scallop hem shorts and caged swimwear to embellished sandals and floppy hats.

To make life a little bit easier, there are three key themes you should follow throughout summer 2014.


Summer is often associated with luxury paradises far, far away. With summer holidays on our mind, we can't help but think about the tropical paradises we will be visiting over the summer. What better way to prepare for a holiday abroad than to shop for pieces that will get you excited and that you can wear whilst you are away. Think vibrant tropical colours such as turquoise and orange.

For the girly girls out there, florals are another essential addition that should be worked into your summer wardrobe. If you are looking to make a real impact, opt for large floral prints – the bigger the better! Whether you go all out and wear a ditsy floral print dress with a kimono, or would prefer to subtly incorporate the theme with ribbon wrapped around your floppy hat there are plenty of ways you can work the feminine theme this summer.

Powder blue, mint green and lilac are the key shades to be rocking this summer. The light and cheerful shades resemble candyfloss from a fun fair which will instantly uplift your mood. Pastel colours are light, elegant and are sure to keep you cool during the summer months. Try clashing your pastel shades to make a greater impact whilst sunning it up on the beach.
Take a look at Vendula London for a brilliant selection of quirky Vendula bags and accessories for the summer season. 

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