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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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krystal bick wearing a 70s inspired jumpsuit
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Sport A Throwback Jumpsuit

Seventies-inspired fashion is having a bit of a comeback this year, and we’re not mad about it. Break out of your millennial denim rut with a cool ’70s one-piece and girly lace blouse, like Coterie member Krystal Bick.

Get the look: Endless Rose top ($51); Lulus jumpsuit ($38); Cole Haan heels ($90)

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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.

Get the look: Mango top ($80); Everlane pants ($68); Furla bag ($234); Tabitha Simmons heels ($477)

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Knot Your Shirt

Instead of dealing with tucking (and untucking and retucking) your shirt all day, tie it up in a tight knot. Now you can focus on much more important matters, like figuring out which pair of sandals is best for your zodiac sign.

Get the look: Industry Standard T-shirt ($60); ASOS skirt ($45); Vans sneakers ($60)

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Embrace the Anti-Floral Floral

Blooms of all shapes and sizes are trending, but even if you’re not much of a ditsy daisy woman, there’s still a flower-inspired print for you. Look for abstract garden themes (like the twisting vines seen here) to keep from getting too girly.

Get the look: NSR dress ($37); Halogen belt ($29); Birkenstock sandals ($135)

woman wearing a red ruched skirt
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Get in on the Ruching Trend

There are so many reasons we love this über-flattering trend, not the least of which is the fact that the purposefully rumpled effect makes any ironing or steaming totally unnecessary.

Get the look: Anine Bing blazer ($349); Lanvin dress ($460); Botkier heels ($74)

woman wearing bold earrings and carrying a yellow handbag
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Let Your Accessories Do all the talking

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

Get the look: Mercedes Salazar earrings ($130); Celine sunglasses ($550); Oscar de la Renta ring ($158); Kate Spade New York bag ($179)

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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.

Get the look: Nike T-shirt ($45); White Mark Tasmin skirt ($30); Nanushka belt bag ($222); Rue21 sneakers ($25)

woman wearing a blue blazer and black dress
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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?)

Get the look: LOFT blazer ($120); Eloquii dress ($73); Louise et Cie heels ($100)

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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 for dinner out with friends.

Get the look: & Other Stories jumpsuit ($99); Staud bag ($210); Steve Madden heels ($130)

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Wear a Crop Top with Class

Think it's impossible to wear an off-the-shoulder crop top without showing too much skin? Think again. Do as Coterie member Monroe Steele and pair yours with tailored high-waisted pants. Accessorize with a chic handbag and sexy satin mules.

Get the look: Cotton On & Co. top ($20); Nili Lotan pants ($425); ZAC Zac Posen bag ($215); Echo scarf ($79); Jaggar shoes ($168)

woman wearing a bold print maxi dress
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Break Up a Bold Print

Loud and large patterns can feel overwhelming, especially when they’re splashed all over a midi or maxi dress. Balance them out by adding solid blocks of color, like a blue jacket, red bag or stark white sneakers.

Get the look: Gap jacket ($70); Yumi Kim dress ($215); Loeffler Randall bag ($277); Superga sneakers ($65)

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Dress Up a Simple Chignon

Fancy barrettes and hair clips are a great way to bring new life to second-day (or third-day) hair, but really all you need is a handful of shiny metallic bobby pins strategically placed behind your ear and you're good to go.

Get the look: Goody hair pins ($5); Oscar de la Renta earrings ($192)

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Try Pops of Neon

A highlighter-yellow jacket can feel like a lot of look. Instead, opt for pieces that balance whites and brights, like a striped dress or polka-dotted jacket. Alternately, add a bold mini bag for a smartly proportioned pop.

Get the look: Cap jacket ($340); Alice + Olivia dress ($330); Karl Lagerfeld bag ($315); Sam Edelman heels ($120)

taye handsberry wearing a tea dress and a fanny pack
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Make a Fancy Dress Day-Appropriate

The trick is all in choosing the right bag—go for something inherently casual like a belt bag or backpack. Nice work, Taye Hansberry.

Get the look: Johnathan Simkhai dress ($300); Quay Australia fanny pack ($29); Manolo Blahnik heels ($665)

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Choose Vertical Stripes Over Horizontal

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

Get the look: Alice + Olivia top ($195); Express pants ($60); Sarto by Franco Sarto heels ($99)

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Use Shoes to Dress Up a Basic Outfit

You can never go wrong with a LWD and a jean jacket, but you can go boring. Spice things up with a pair of super-strappy heels, metallic booties or rainbow-hued sneakers. 

Get the look: Levi's jacket ($98); LPA dress ($168); Katy Perry shoes ($99)

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Update Your LBD

You've got weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, graduation parties and probably a few more semi-formal events to attend this summer. Go ahead and switch things up with a lace number that shows just a hint of skin.

Get the look: Sandro dress ($190); Thacker bag ($148); ALDO heels ($75)

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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: Knotty earrings ($44); Tibi top ($295); Boyish jeans ($168); Marine Serre bag ($157); Wonders heels ($190)

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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!

Get the look: Deepa Gurnani earrings ($80); Johanna Ortiz duster ($810); Uniqlo T-shirt ($15); Parker Smith jeans ($210); Rebecca Minkoff bag ($174); Bernardo heels ($149)

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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.

Get the look: Missguided jacket ($54) and shorts ($34); Alternative Apparel T-shirt ($32); Converse sneakers ($55)

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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.

Get the look: Rails top ($158); Vero Moda skirt ($45); Jeffrey Campbell heels ($125)

woman wearing culottes and a tuxedo shirt
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Summer-ize Your Workwear

Replace your long-sleeve button-downs with their sleeveless cousins. Then trade skinny wool trousers for breezy silk culottes. Ah, isn’t that better?

Get the look: Layeur shirt ($275); Temperly London culottes ($490); Birkenstock sandals ($135)

katie sturino of the12ishstyle wearing a rainbow raincoat
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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.

Get the look: Stutterheim jacket ($395); Universal Standard jeans ($80); Hunter boots ($140)

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..

Get the look: Cami NYC top ($164); Reformation skirt ($148); MICHAEL Michael Kors bag ($298); Mango heels ($80)

woman wearing a mostly white outfit with a pastel purple bag
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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.

Get the look: ASOS top ($29); Topshop pants ($55); Staud bag ($263); Aeydē boots ($385)

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Go All Out With Ruffles and Bows

You don’t need to wear a maxi dress to rock an oversize ruffle. You can also try a top with billowing shoulders, a pair of puffy paper-bag-waist shorts and some lace-up espadrilles with big floppy bows. 

Get the look: 7 For All Mankind top ($149); Windsor shorts ($25); Heidi Klein bag ($383); Viscata espadrilles ($95)

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.

Get the look: LA Hearts one-pice swimsuit ($46); Billabong pants ($55); Qupid sandals ($10)

woman wearing a cropped sweater and trousers
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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.

Get the look: Superdown top ($24); Vince Camuto pants ($99); Avec Modération sandals ($235)

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Embrace this SoCal Jewelry Trend

Hope you held onto your favorite puka shell bracelet from middle school. If not, there are still plenty of chic options to snap up.

Get the look: Nordstrom bag ($49); ASKK jeans ($175); Potessa anklet ($11); Jimmy Choo heels ($477)

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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.

Get the look: Mother shirt ($245); Maison Boinet belt ($120); Banana Republic pants ($90); Pelle Moda heels ($102)

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