These 3 Heatwave Items From H&M, Topshop and Warehouse Are Trending So Hard

Like us, you probably took a quick glance at that weather app on your phone this morning and wondered what you're going to wear this week for the oncoming high temperatures. While opting for no clothes at all might be the most cooling of options, it's not the most practical. Good news, though, as there are three perfect heatwave-friendly wardrobe pieces that we predict are about to take off.

First up is a gorgeous bias-cut lemon print dress from Topshop. We spotted it on Who What Wear friend and columnist Monikh Dale, who's styled it with a pearl anklet (pro tip: if you can go sans footwear this week, then do. It's all about sipping a refreshing ice tea in the garden). Secondly, there's a daisy print blue bikini, which our deputy editor Emma Spedding is particularly keen on. The bottoms are high-waisted and the top is underwired, so great for those who want a bit more support. It's also the best excuse for filling up a kids paddling pool and pretending you're on the Côte D'Azur, even if you're just in Hackney. And if you're not a bikini person, then there's a swimsuit in the print for one-piece lovers too.

Finally, Rochelle Humes, filling in for Holly Willoughby, is wearing an orange silk skirt from H&M. The calf-length slip is ideal for wearing with a white T-shirt to the office, which is one of the best solutions for dressing for work in this heat. Ready to see and shop all the above pieces? Keep scrolling...

Style Notes: Not too clingy this dress will still keep you cool in the heatwave. 

Style Notes: The low-cut nature of this dress is totally appropriate in the hot weather but wear a white T-shirt underneath when it gets cooler. 

Style Notes: If we can't stop thinking about this print, then we guarantee everyone else will want it too. 

Style Notes: Do as Rochelle does and pair with sandals and a T-shirt or sleeveless top for the office. 

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