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Lauren Conrad's summer must-haves

Published 13/07/2015

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad has shared her seasonal must-have fashion pieces.

The 29-year-old has made the successful transition from reality star to fashion designer over the years and is a style icon for many.

Sharing her guide to clothes for the warmer weather, Lauren reveals what pieces take her fancy.

"Summer is in full swing, and I’ve been trying to soak in as much sunshine as possible. When the weather gets hot, I tend to lean toward breezy sundresses and summer whites to get [me] through the day," she told "This season, bold designs are taking centre stage, and I’m fully embracing them."

Lauren also compiled a list of items which fans can nab themselves. One of these was a cute Reformation Hali Dress, boasting a floral design, low ruffled back and a short structured skirt.

She isn't all about prints though as she also mentions a plain white Rebecca Minkoff Celestine Top.

"Don’t be afraid to show off your shoulders this summer… This breezy little number from Rebecca Minkoff is sure to cool you down on a scorching day. Plus I can’t get enough of the sweet laser-cut details," she added of the piece.

Another garment which shows off shoulders is a pale pink off-the-shoulder dress from ASOS, which Lauren describes as perfect for "twirling" in at a summer party.

Accessories make the cut too, with bags and shoes to match the outfits. A pair of Cornetti Recommone Gladiator Sandals match the ASOS dress, while a BAGGU Drawstring Bucket Bag would also go well with the piece.

"Bucket bags have been on my radar for the past couple of seasons. The prettiest shade of pink on one of my favourite bags is an award-winning combination," she gushed of the item.

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