Spotlight On: Summer Trousers

Ever feel a little lost as the weather gets too warm for your trusty pair of jeans, and you’re not quite ready to get the pins out just yet? Cue our summer trousers style guide…

Here at Style Diary, we’ve chosen our top trouser styles to wear this summer and stay cool in style.

Coloured Crop

Summer Trousers

Nervous to give up your favourite black jeans but in need of something lighter for summer? Coloured crop jeans or trousers are the perfect thing to brighten your new season wardrobe, and these super stylish and comfortable jeans by Dash (middle and left) will put you in a sunny mood to match the beautiful weather outside. The stylish Citrus Cropped Trousers on the right are by Windsmoor and made with a light cotton fabric to keep you cool, ideal for relaxed summery days.

Culottes

Summer TrousersBelieve it or not culottes are back! This style has gone from not-sure-how-to-wear, to new-season-must-have. Culottes allow you to look chic while remaining super comfortable and cool in summer. Dress up with some killer heels and a cropped jacket for smart workwear, or team with some gold sandals and a white tee for relaxed weekend style. We love these chic linen navy culottes by Windsmoor.

Printed

Printed trousers have been a key trend for a few seasons now, and we’re glad to see they’re not going anywhere! From the SS16 catwalks of the likes of Marni and Max Mara to the high street, we love this vibrant trend. Be as bold as you like with an all-over print paired with a plain coloured tee, or make a real statement and match your printed trousers with a co-ordinated top for the ultimate summer trend. We love this on-trend wide leg style by Jacques Vert.

Summer Trousers

 

Style Inspiration Team

We are the Style Inspiration Team for the Jacques Vert Group blog, giving you seasonal style advice and fashion tips.

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