Last year Saint Laurent grazed the runway with leather shorts that had our hearts skipping beats. This summer 2018, it's finally time to get our shorts out and shop for the new ones trending. Shorts styles this year are not just for the beach but also for your daytime or maybe even night time outfits. We've gathered a couple of tips on how you can pick from the following types of shorts, from the classic denim shorts to the newly popular wide legged ones.
Mix your printed shorts with plain tops or shirts for a more wearable look. These shorts are really popular whether the print is bohemian or geometric.
Just like white pants, you can style your white shorts with the classic button-down shirt or a casual cotton shirt. You can also dress up the look with some high heeled sandals.
Wide legged shorts:
The wide legged trend has finally moved to shorts as well! These shorts can be worn in a chic way with a going out top and some cute sandals. These also look great with sneakers.
Leather can be worn in summer now with these shorts. They give such a sexy, cool look for your fancy nights out. They look great with printed or silk tops and heels.
The classic denim short is still as in as ever. If you want to have an addition to your wardrobe without having to go shopping, try a little DIY and cut out some old jeans into cool shorts.
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