With so many affordable, flowing silhouettes that are ideal for Ramadan and perfect for warding off the summer heat, Mango has become a one-stop shop for influencers like Karen Wazen and Nathalie Fanj. Counting themselves among the #MangoGirls movement, these stylish influencers have demonstrated how they’re wearing pieces from the brand’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection, and we’ve been taking notes.
Relying on Mango’s flowing silhouettes, earthy accessories, and lightweight toppers assures an ensemble that is both foolproof and trend-proof. The keys to achieving influencer style this summer are revealed below, along with shoppable suggestions so you don’t have to go out of your way to hunt down the pieces that they used to assemble their cool, effortless looks.
If you’re suiting up this summer, copy and paste Karen Wazen’s look directly because there’s no better way to rock a suit when it’s hot than with lightweight, breathable fabrics.
If you’re out and about during the day, prevent overheating by choosing a breezy dress with roomy sleeves and light-colored fabrics, just like Alaa Bakhly did.
Another option for surviving the summer heat is to opt for a loose, simple silhouette like this one.
Earn extra cool points by keeping it simple – but stylish – with a dress that has thoughtful details like these asymmetrical, ruffled sleeves.
Full-coverage looks require breathable materials, like these chevron-striped knit pants that allow plenty of ventilation.
If you’ve got the dress on lock, you’ll need cool accessories to complete the look. Nathalie Fanj opted for the ultra-popular net bag that imbued her outfit with a boho vibe.
Coordinated separates in the summer are not out of the question, especially when you’re relying on sophisticated patterns like a pinstripe.
A cool, oversized jacket is a great layering piece and a important wardrobe essential that adds versatility to any look.