Inspired by Lartigue's 1920s work, we're embracing the clean, sportif style — bold women in wide-leg pants and tanks, crisp one-piece swimsuits — that filled his photographs. It's like minimalism interpreted for the beach. How do you wear it this season? By finding clean silhouettes, natural textures, and minimal sailor details that relay beachy ease in the crispest way. Click our slideshow to shop these simple, impactful basics that you'll wear all Spring and Summer long.
Is there anything more satisfying than throwing on the most comfortable t-shirt in the world? Better yet, one that's basic enough to be considered as such, but has enough detailing to make it a touch fashion minded? Julie Park's collection JPark aims for the latter, with a collection of carefree separates, retailing from $75-$275. There is no reinvention of the wheel, but everything is tweaked and tailored enough to be special, like a cotton tank that's accentuated by a draped back and bow or a t-shirt dress with a chic, little drawstring. The Spring collection is made of mostly linen and cotton, meaning Summer days can be spent feeling breezy and cool. It's available now, so you can shop the pieces if you're inspired.