29 Simple Summer Pieces That Will Make Getting Dressed Easier

Regardless of what our summer plans look like, as the weather gets hotter, we always gravitate towards simpler, easy-to-style items. So we've looked through hundreds of collections to bring you a concise edit of 29 pieces that we think are no-brainers for this summer and years beyond. The below items are some of the simplest but most effective throw-on styles we have found that will make getting dressed in the morning a little easier. From April onwards, we often lean on timeless separates, and these are what our editors are wearing for days at home, afternoons in the sunshine and al fresco dining. 

Easy to style summer fashion buys



The easy-to-style buys we rate and would add to any summer capsule include elegant T-shirt dresses, comfortable Birkenstock sandals, linen trousers and throw-on dresses. The items below all have a minimalistic aesthetic, meaning they seamlessly mix and match together and require little to no thought when it comes to styling. Keep scrolling to shop these simple summer essentials.

Introducing your new throw-on knit top to wear with shorts, wide-leg trousers and slip skirts. 

The new Missoma x Le Specs collection is so dreamy. 

Just add a white vest and oversized linen shirt. 

A vest is so easy to style with tailored trousers. 

Try this zesty vest with camel wide-leg trousers. 

You'll be surprised at how many times you wear this throughout summer. 

Linen trousers might not be the most exciting item, but they are the kind of thing you'll live in all summer. 

The fashion team all agree this is the perfect white T-shirt. 

Totême's whole USP is easy-to-wear staples that are actually exciting. 

These come in three colours and half sizes. We're sold. 

For a little noughties styling.

These flatforms are just so chic. 

These sandals from the Paula's Ibiza collection are so fun. 

This shirt would look great with any jeans. 

Next up, see our guide to the key trends for spring/summer 2022.

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