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The season of rosé, pool floats and outdoor brunches is finally upon us. But what should you wear while living your best summer life? Lucky for us, these 30 ladies have got June style down to a tee (yes, many of these looks include T-shirts). Here are 30 outfits to inspire you each day this month.

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1. Sport Loafers Instead of Sandals

Don’t get caught stepping out for the day in strappy little sandals before the weather has really had a chance warm up. Stick to comfy loafers and pointy-toe flats for now, and save the toe-baring styles for peak summer.

Shop similar styles: Reformation blazer ($248; $149); Lovers + Friends top ($118); O’Neill pants ($64); M.Gemi loafers ($198)

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2. Try Fancy Tie-Dye

Heck yes, that's a thing. Look for pieces in luxe fabrics like silk and stick to one or two colors to avoid looking like a rainbow swirl ice cream cone.

Shop similar styles: Nanushka top ($330; $132); Athleta pants ($89); Furla bag ($198; $119); Marc Fisher Ltd. heels ($150)

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3. Go Big (On Color and Style)

This year’s version of the comfy tent dress is a bit more tailored with tiers of fabric and strategic stitching throughout. And while you can never go wrong with a gorgeous floral print, we really love the impact a bright, solid block of color can make.

Shop similar styles: Stine Goya dress ($350; $245); Marc Nason sneakers ($71)

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4. Choose a Hat That Isn’t Straw

Everyone and their mother will be wearing a wide-brim straw hat this weekend. But not you. Stand out from the pack without compromising on sun protection with a cotton or felt number instead.

Shop similar styles: Brixton hat ($95); Topshop jacket ($130; $65)

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5. Make a Fancy Dress Day-Appropriate

Swapping heels for sneakers can certainly help, but the trick is all in choosing the right bag—go for something inherently casual like a belt bag or backpack.

Shop similar styles: Carolina K dress ($389); Coach 1941 belt bag ($195); Sperry Topsider sneakers ($50; $35)

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6. Let Your Accessories Do all the talking

A simple white ensemble is the ultimate backdrop to let your boldest accessories really shine.

Shop similar styles: Brinker & Eliza earrings ($158); Valentino sunglasses ($430); Roxanne Assoulin rings ($60 for set of three); Frame bag ($395; $158)

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7. Wear Black with Navy

We know, the idea of wearing one dark hue in the middle of June feels a little off, but two? Trust us, this combination is supremely chic and a pop of black, whether it be in the form of some Birkenstocks or a patterned clutch, can make your go-to blue pieces feel super fresh.

Shop similar styles: Free People jacket ($98); Eliza J dress ($148); Birkenstock sandals ($100)

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8. Upgrade your fanny pack

The belt bag trend is still going strong, friends, so we think it's high time you swap that basic old-school pack for a chicer style, like a mini bucket bag.

Shop similar styles: Nike T-shirt ($35); Theory skirt ($474; $284); Maryam Nassir Zadeh belt bag ($275; $193); Ryka sneakers ($65)

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9. Give Your Denim Jacket a Break

And reach for a blue blazer instead. Trust us, it will go with all the same outfits but will make them look way more polished. (Plus, who really wants the spend the day sweating in denim anyway?)

Shop similar styles: Talbots blazer ($189); Eloquii dress ($90); Louise et Cie heels ($100)

10. Wear a Boilersuit Out on the Town

Turns out, these one-piece wonders are appropriate for way more than a day at the mechanic...or to paint a house. Follow the example Coterie member Ijeoma Kola sets here and pair yours with some snake-print heels and a trendy clear tote.

Shop similar styles: L.F.Markey jumpsuit ($235); Staud bag ($210; $158); AGL heels ($375; $150)

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11. Isolate a Bold Print

Loud and large patterns have a tendency to feel overwhelming. Balance them out by adding solid blocks of color, like Monroe Steele does here with crisp white trousers, and you'll be sitting pretty.

Shop similar styles: House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve top ($168); 1.State pants ($99); Vince Camuto heels ($100; $60)

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12. Opt for Longer-Length Shorts Over Cut-Offs

Bermudas and other short styles with long inseams are reigning supreme this summer (hallelujah!), so leave the Daisy Duke cut-offs for vacation. We've found styles that fit a little looser to be more universally flattering than those that are skin tight.

Shop similar styles: Anine Bing jacket ($349); Free People T-shirt ($38); NYDJ shorts ($79; $60); Madewell belt ($45); Dolce Vita sandals ($30)

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13. Play Around With Simple Bobby Pins

Fun barrettes, throwback scrunchies and puffed-up headbands have been weaving their way into our regular rotation over the past year or so, but you don't actually need to splurge on a bunch of new hair accessories to join in on the fun. All you need are some bobby pins that stand out against your hair color (gold for brunettes, black for blondes) and you suddenly have everything you need to create a funky updo, entirely of your own design.

Shop similar styles: Sephora Collection ($5); Bacha Paris ($7); Conair ($7)

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14. Add One Super-Vibrant Pop

How does one instantly spice up an all-white or -beige ensemble? With one big splash of vivid orange, electric blue or even highlighter yellow.

Shop similar styles: Victoria, Victoria Beckham blazer ($565); Madewell T-shirt ($20); Agolde jeans ($168); Sole Society shoes ($70)

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15. Choose Vertical Stripes Over Horizontal

Listen up, petite ladies: Vertical stripes are your friend. Especially with a cropped halter top.

Shop similar styles: : Alice + Olivia top ($198); O'Neill pants ($60); AGL heels ($360; $216)

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16. Go All in on That ‘Watermelon Sugar’ Vibe

The music video for Harry Styles’s hit single isn’ just fun to watch, it’s also packed with phenomenal summer fashion inspiration. And, hey, if fruit prints, mixed prints and an abundance of vivid hues if good enough for Styles, then they’re certainly good enough for us.

Shop similar styles: Le Specs sunglasses ($70; $40); Farm Rio shirt ($110); Prabal Gurung skirt ($895; $448)

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17. Update Your LBD

Fact: You can never own too many little black dresses. This time, go ahead and shake things up with a lace number that shows a little skin.

Shop similar styles: City Chic dress ($129; $50); Thacker clutch ($100; $45); Aldo heels ($75; $50)

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18. Pair a Shoulder-Baring Top With Oversize Earrings

Off-the-shoulder, one-shoulder, halters, strapless—there are a lot of clavicle-baring trends to choose from this season. But if you want to feel a bit less exposed without actually throwing on a jacket, go for extra-large shoulder-grazing statement earrings…to draw attention up to your beautiful face.

Get the look: Lulus earrings ($18); Superdown top ($52); Boyish jeans ($168); Staud bag ($210); Bueno shoes ($100; $75)

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We love a good one-and-done jumpsuit, but the trick to making a shapeless one-piece look less like an infant’s onesie? Wear a curve-hugging T-shirt underneath.

Shop similar styles: Alternative Apparel T-shirt ($36); Vero Moda jumpsuit ($65); Vans sneakers ($65)

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20. Swap Your Jacket for a Lightweight Duster

This is how you deal with those weird in-between days before true summer hits. Thanks for the inspo, Coterie member Grace Atwood!

Shop similar styles: Deepa Gurnani earrings ($60); Bel Kazan duster ($138); Uniqlo T-shirt ($15); Parker Smith jeans ($210; $147); Botkier heels ($158; $119)

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21. Sport a Suit at Brunch

A shorts suit, that is. Keep things casual with easy white sneakers and a plain white tee to make the office attire feel weekend-ready.

Shop similar styles: Topshop jacket ($125) and shorts ($68; $48); Marine Layer T-shirt ($39); Converse sneakers ($55)

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22. Style a Mini to Feel All Grown Up

Add a neat button-down shirt (both short and long sleeves will work), a ladylike bag, heels and a slicked-back bun and voilà! You've avoided schoolgirl comparisons like a total pro.

Shop similar styles: AYR top ($145); Poupette St Barth skirt ($198); Villa Rouge heels ($130)

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23. Give Your Jeans a Break

Try a pair of linen trousers or khaki culottes instead. Who knows? You might like them even more than your beloved skinnies.

Shop similar styles: Song of Style sweater ($145); Holzweiler pants ($235); Kelly & Katie flats ($15)

RELATED: 30 Days of Summer Outfits for Short Ladies

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24. Use Color to Brighten a Rainy Day

We may finally be free of snow, but with June’s bright sunny afternoons comes the occasional thunderstorm. Take a note from Coterie member Katie Sturino and toss on a rainbow-colored anorak.

Shop similar styles: Stutterheim jacket ($395); Universal Standard jeans ($90); Hunter boots ($110)

25. Bring Back the '90s

So this is how we can wear multiple '90s-inspired trends at once. Thanks, Ria Michelle, for setting such a modern example.

Shop similar styles: Cami NYC top ($158; $99); Nili Lotan skirt ($650; $325); MICHAEL Michael Kors bag ($228; $120); Imagine by Vince Camuto heels ($199; $80)

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26. Add a Contrasting Shade to a Monochrome Look

We love an all-white ensemble, but sometimes it can start to feel, well, bland. A pop of color, even a pop of lavender, is just what this outfit needed to be brought back to life.

Shop similar styles: Prana top ($59); Ulla Johnson pants ($395; $237); Opening Ceremony bag ($104; $62); Everlane boots ($236)

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27. Go Backless

Skip the pretty lace bralette in favor of a totally backless look. The trick is all in choosing the right backless bra for your cup size.

Shop similar styles: Free People ($78); ASOS ($87); Sister Jane ($293); All Things Mochi ($395)

28. Have Your Favorite Swimsuit Pull Double Duty

Who says you can’t wear your swimsuit all day? Toss on a pair of tailored trousers and strappy ‘90s-esque sandals, like Coterie member Tyla-Lauren Gilmore did here, for instant polish.

Shop similar styles: Athleta swimsuit ($108); Billabong pants ($50); Steve Madden sandals ($30)

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29. Take a Trip Down Memory Lane via Your Jewelry

Camp inspired jewelry is having a major moment this summer with vibrant beads, funky charms and colorful string bracelets popping up left and right. If you're really feeling nostalgic, you can also DIY your own and let those wonderful camp memories wash over your.

Shop similar styles: Serefina ($18); Shashi ($52 for set of two); Roxanne Assoulin ($320 for set of three)

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30. Celebrate Father’s Day By Dressing Like Dad

With a chic fashion twist, of course. The Hawaiian shirt and khaki pants are all Pops, but the strappy stilettos, glitzy bangles and glamorous sunglasses help keep you from looking like his actual twin.

Shop similar styles: Reformation shirt ($128); Loeffler Randall belt ($175; $122); Banana Republic pants ($90); Sam Edelman heels ($110; $66)

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