What to Wear There

As the days grow longer and the weather warms, tuck away your heavy knitwear and monochromatic ensembles. This season’s trends favor loose, easy-breezy fabrics, bright colors, peek-a-boo cuts, and a mix-and-match aesthetic, in which individual pieces are more versatile and can be worn multiple ways. From tossing a blush-toned bomber over a boho-inspired blouse for Sunday brunch to pairing an off-the-shoulder lace top with a subtle braid and sleek hair for a night out, here’s how to stay fashionably on trend all weekend long.

Styling by Jen Daoust; Photos by David Szymanski; Model: Dani Nardi, Ohlsson Model & Talent;
Hair: Heidi Ashenfelter, Clementine Salon; Makeup: Sarah Powers, Lash Boutique; Styling assistant: Laura Gordon;
Location: Tre Rivali and The Outsider at the Kimpton Journeyman Hotel


Breakfast or brunch
Pink Rose bomber and Ruff Hewn jeans, Boston Store, bostonstore.com; Angela Fashion blouse, Element Style Boutique, elementstyleboutique.com;
Alex and Ani bracelets, Armbruster Jewelers, armbrusterjewelers.com; rings, stylist’s own; (h(om)e) clutch, by Heather Hambrecht, homethreads.bigcartel.com

Cocktail hour and dinner
J’envie black knot top and Simone Sebbag earrings, Mark Berman & Son, bermanbasics.com; Carré Noir pants, Sondra Roberts handbag
and Wallaroo Hat Company hat, The Last Detail

Drinks or a night out
Haute Monde 512 top, Kimberly C. pants, choker necklace and bracelet, Element Style Boutique; Hammitt purse, Mark Berman & Son;
L’Artiste boots, Mainstream Boutique of Delafield, mainstreamboutique.com/pages/delafield