As we’ve been spending time cleaning out our wardrobesover the last few months, we’ve gone over a smattering of pieces—from basics to jeans—that we’re thinking of getting rid of in favour of other items. Well, today we're going to focus on the summer items we potentially want to ditch as we head into those warmer-weather months.
Below you’ll uncover a range of summer pieces our fashion editors will never remove from their wardrobes given their versatile and inherently chic nature. Alternatively, you’ll also spot a selection of items our team members aren’t as into at the moment. Of course, all of this is based on personal preference—and you should always wear whatever you love, no matter what anyone says.
With all that in mind, keep scrolling to check out the items we’re into this summer. And if you’re shopping at the moment, you’ll also find cool summer staples to consider as well.
"I used to think summer was all about skirts, but this year, I'm all about a variety of shorts trends—from sweatshorts to athletic-inspired nylon pairs to longer, tailored versions." — Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour, senior market editor
"There was a time when I would wear a lot of camis in the summer with all my shorts and skirts, but now they feel irrelevant as far as basic tops go, and any versions I used to own are now long gone from my closet. Instead, ribbed tanks, especially those in a racer-back style, are the basic summer top I plan on wearing with anything and everything—and already have been." — Anna LaPlaca, associate editor
"Giant, oversized bags are a trend that's been on the rise but one I don't think I'll personally be adopting. Instead, the bag I want most right now is a woven tote—a style that feels equally practical and cool." — Kristen Nichols, managing editor
"I've never really been into body-con minidresses, as they don't really suit my frame and feel restrictive. Instead, I'm favouring comfortable billowy dresses with plenty of volume and room to move." — Judith Jones, market editor
"Short denim cutoff shorts are an item that I'm more than ready to let go. They don't make me feel cool or polished, so instead, I'll be focusing my shorts on soft elastic-waist pairs while we're staying at home and more tailored versions later." — Kat Collings, editor in chief