Unlike summer in the city
, a sunny day at the beach requires limited layering — therefore it’s even more important to make up for that by ensuring each piece makes a statement. So, when you’re not soaking up some vitamin D with your top off, pop on a red and blue, retro-striped tee
and wear it with some navy swimming shorts
that cut before the knee. This summer's favorite — the revere-collared, statement shirt
— is perfect for when the sun starts to set and, left open, will create a strong, on-trend print clash.
Then, it’s all about the accessories to keep you safe-yet-stylish in the sun. Some adidas sliders with toweling bring an added touch of comfort, while a dusty-blue cap and some round sunnies are seasonal essentials. A cross-body bag is perfect for keeping any extra bits safe, but (sadly) the bat and ball will have to travel separately.