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. Beat the Heat in Light Colors

For the gal who loves a good monochrome ensemble, skip head-to-toe black or even brighter shades for white and light beige. Lighter colors reflect light (while darker colors absorb it), meaning they’re much better at keeping you cool even on the hottest days of the year.

Shop similar styles: Everlane T-shirt ($18); J.Crew skirt ($110); Cult Gaia bag ($258); Chinese Laundry shoes ($60)

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2. Start Embracing Maximalist Jewelry

Baroque pearls, summer camp beads, signet rings, name necklaces—each of these styles is currently en vogue, but the best way to wear them is all at once. Play around with mixing pearl necklaces and gold chains, or layering enamel rings over CZ bands and dainty silver pieces. They key is just to have fun with it and don’t get too precious trying to balance everything out.

Shop similar styles: Missoma earrings ($115); 8 Other Reasons necklace ($40); Oak & Luna necklace ($150); IVL Collective top ($68); Pinko skirt ($295); House of Want bag ($98; $69); Roxanne Assoulin bracelets ($75); ASOS rings ($9)

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3. 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: Tommy Hilfiger blazer ($139; $84); Madewell T-shirt ($20); Agolde jeans ($178); Linea Paolo shoes ($120; $72)

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4. 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: Boohoo dress ($80; $32); Thacker clutch ($68; $35); Vince Camuto heels ($100)

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5. Dress Up a Pair of Track Pants

Swap your go-to sweats for something a little more warm-weather friendly, like silky track pants, instead. Give them a little style boost by tucking in a form-fitting tank top, slipping into some sleek white sneakers or strappy sandals and piling on all the dainty gold jewelry.

Shop similar styles: Madewell necklace ($42); Dr. Denim top ($40); Lauren Ralph Lauren shirt ($90); Tory Sport pants ($228); Converse sneakers ($55)

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6. Embrace Bike Shorts, Once and For All

We weren’t entirely on board at first either, but the bike shorts craze won’t be dying down any time soon so you may want to consider embracing the trend once and for all. The simplest way to wear them? With easy sneakers and a loose button-down shirt.

Shop similar styles: Maeve shirt ($118); BP shorts ($10); Nike sneakers ($110)

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7. Pair 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: Madewell jacket ($498); Omika dress ($278); Birkenstock sandals ($135)

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8. Wear a Boilersuit Out on the Town

Turns out, these one-piece wonders are appropriate for way more than to paint a house. Pair yours with some pointy-toe shoes and a sleek leather bag to avoid looking like you’re on your way to work at the carwash.

Shop similar styles: Citizens of Humanity jumpsuit ($388; $232); Mansur Gavriel bag ($465); ALDO heels ($95)

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9. 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: We Dream in Colour earrings ($300); Quay Australia sunglasses ($65); Luca + Danni rings ($26); Tory Burch bag ($498; $349)

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10. 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: New Look dress ($44); New Balance sneakers ($150)

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11. 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); Anthropologie duster ($120); Zella T-shirt ($29); Dr. Denim jeans ($85); Bella Vita heels ($90)

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12. 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: Etsy shorts suit ($140); Marine Layer T-shirt ($39); Converse sneakers ($60)

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13. Offset Chunky Sandals with a Body-Skimming Midi

Thick-soled sandals with lots of straps, aka dad sandals, are majorly trending this summer. Our favorite way to wear them is with a sleek midi dress and minimalist jewelry, a la Coterie member Monroe Steele, for a balanced look that proves opposites really do attract.

Shop similar styles: Fairly earrings ($119); Ronny Kobo dress ($378); Teva sandals ($40)

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14. Isolate a Bold Print

Loud and large patterns have a tendency to feel overwhelming. Balance them out by adding solid blocks of color in the form of cool linen shorts and a simple rope belt.

Shop similar styles: Eloquii top ($55); A New Day shorts ($25); Marc Fisher Ltd. sandals ($110; $66)

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15. 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); Madewell ($17)

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16. Go Back to Basics

A plain white tank and jeans can look incredibly chic if you know how to choose the right pieces. Pick a top in a thicker material, rather than wrinkly linen or ribbed cotton, and tuck it into jeans that eschew distressing and whiskering for a clean solid wash. Finish with a classic black or leather belt to cinch your waist and voilà! Easy, grown-up and ready for anything your weekend has in store.

Shop similar styles: Eloquii tank top ($45; Torrid belt ($20; $15); Madewell jeans ($115)

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17. Keep Cool in a Maxi Tent Dress

Short tent dresses run the risk of blowing up in the wind (or making you look like a child’s babydoll), but longer silhouettes will keep you just as cool and comfortable and eliminate any chance of an incidental flashing. Look for sleeveless styles or those with loose sleeves to really monopolize on breathability..

Get the look: Ninety Percent dress ($135); Reformation sandals ($78)

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18. Style a Mini to Feel All Grown Up

Add a crisp button-down shirt, a sleek leather bag and opt for straight silhouettes over anything with pleats. And that’s how you avoid schoolgirl comparisons like a total pro.

Shop similar styles: Treasure & Bond shirt ($69); ASOS skirt ($26); The M.M.LaFleur x Koio sneakers ($268)

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19. 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: Atoir x Rozalia top ($60); Banana Republic shorts ($50; $25); Tory Burch bag ($298)

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20. 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: Tombolo shirt ($128); Sancia belt ($109); Blank NYC pants ($99; $59); Jewel Badgley Mischka heels ($109; $66)

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21. Try a Loose-Fitting Jumpsuit

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: Maison Miru earrings ($59); J.Crew T-shirt ($20; $15); Kopal jumpsuit ($198); Vans sneakers ($65)

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22. 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: Bardot top ($89); Everlane jeans ($68); Christian Dior bag ($3,950)

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23. Eschew Color All Together

Spring and summer tend to invoke images of brightly colored gardens and vibrant printed sundresses, but that doesn’t mean you’re required to go all in on rainbow hues. Stark black and white can still look seasonally appropriate so long as you choose pieces in summer silhouettes, like a flowy midi skirt or sleeveless bodysuit.

Shop similar styles: Agolde top ($68); Halogen belt ($39); Express skirt ($98; $75); Marc Fisher Ltd. shoes ($66)

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24. Swap Your Jeans for Cargo Pants

Yes, the dad-approved style is in for summer 2021, but there are absolutely some tricks to making them look fashionable rather than frumpy. Opt for a pair with some extra detailing, like contrasting pockets, lace trim down the sides or a paperbag waist, to give them a more feminine flare. We also suggest wearing them with a short-sleeve blouse or sexy high-neck bodysuit instead of a plain T-shirt.

Shop similar styles: Gibsonlook top ($55; $33); Reebok pants ($70); J.Crew flip flops ($30)

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25. Let Your Handbag Steal the Spotlight

A blue-and-white check dress, white tee and gray sneakers may look cute, but it’s nothing all that exciting or attention grabbing. But add in a purse in a neon hue or with lots of swingy fringe (or both) and you’ll suddenly find yourself on the receiving end of a lot more compliments.

Shop similar styles: X Karla T-shirt ($48); Vince dress ($425); Petit Kouraj bag ($245; $147); New Balance sneakers ($185)

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26. Tie Your Shirt Instead of Tucking It

Besides eliminating the need to continue retucking your shirt throughout the day, this styling trick also allows you to show a sliver of skin at the waist making long sleeves and pants feel more summery.

Shop similar styles: Athleta shirt ($98); Jonathan Simkhai pants ($295); Sam Edelman sandals ($80)

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27. Add an Unexpected Bit of Shimmer and Shine

Why sport a matte red blouse when you can wear one that glitters in the summer sun? Lamé and fabrics embroidered with metallic hues look particularly fabulous on bright afternoons when the sun’s rays can really make them shimmer. Just be sure to keep other metallic jewelry to a minimum and pair them with simple basics like jeans to keep things on the casual side.

Shop similar styles: Express shirt ($58; $45); Levi’s jeans ($98; $69); Larroude heels ($280)

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: Summersalt swimsuit ($95); Billabong pants ($86); Steve Madden sandals ($55)

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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 you.

Shop similar styles: Nakamol bracelet ($38); Petit Moments necklace ($58); Roxanne Assoulin bracelets ($100 for set of two); Kule shirt ($148)

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30. Wear Clogs with a Mini Dress

Yes, the typically cold-weather shoe can totally work between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Shop similar styles: Tuckernuck shirt dress ($168); Botkier bag ($198); Pura Vida anklet ($16); Sketchers clogs ($70)

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