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Summer for life
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12:39 pm | Saturday, July 7th, 2018

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Has summer really gone? Well, the summer heat hasn’t left. Whether you’re still planning that last-minute beach trip or preparing your wardrobe for school, consider sporting some super-slick and bold prints, which are very much in fashion now.

To be You teamed up with SMYTH for these six rocking looks.

LIGHT NOTES
If tropical prints are not your thing, try an understated striped polo with pink tones and finish off with light-washed denim.

TUCK IN THE TROPICS
Leave your shirt loosely tucked for a smart but laid-back look—this ’90s vibe is still a style statement.

COLOR BURST
Have fun experimenting with colors. This two-tone long- sleeve striped dress shirt can be worn for both day and night. Don’t be afraid to try unconventional colors for slacks. How about green?

GET RIPPED
Nothing screams street better than denim-on-denim, especially those with distressed details. Pair a pastel pink striped tee with a statement denim jacket and jeans.

COMING UP FLORALS
Florals are definitely a timeless print.

GO GREEN
Get away from the typical basic black dress shirt and try on an unlikely style, like this vertical striped green-and-white top.

Photography Glette-Yzak Muring
Sittings editor Luis Carlo San Juan
Model Archi Dingle


Tags: fashion , OOTD , Prints , SM Youth , SMYTH , Streetstyle

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