Wannawear | The Short Suit

1. July 2018

barbara casasola short suit

Featured: Barbara Casasola Wool Blazer (budget options herehere, here, and  here), Barbara Casasola Tailored Wool Shorts (similar herehere, here, and here), Jacquemus Praia Top (similar), Rupert Sanderson Maeve Leather Slides (similar), Jil Sander Wallet, By Terry Tea To Tan Face & Body Summer Bronzer, Crap Eyewear The Ultra Jungle SunglassesChristophe Robin Detangling Boar Bristle Hairbrush, and an Alienina Woven Cotton Tote (similar)

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you couldn’t have missed one of the season’s biggest trends: a short suit.


Preferrably in linen and flowy fabrics and in earthy or white tones, this is how I’d wear a short suit. How about you? Are you into short suits this season?

Wishing you all a great Sunday. x

P.S.: If you are looking for more ways to style a suit this summer, check out this post.


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One response to “Wannawear | The Short Suit”

  1. Love it!! I’ve always been obsessed with suits and the fact that suits with shorts for the summer are becoming a thing, it makes me even happier! Great post and thanks for sharing <3

    Millie x

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