These 10 Pieces Under $100 Are Making This My Coolest Summer Yet — Literally

We’re in the middle of summer now, and the weather is still hot as hell. Luckily, you can keep cool with these 10 pieces of summer clothes under $100! From lightweight shirts to trendy slides, these pieces are keeping us cool in the dog days of summer, but they’re going fast — you’ll want to grab them while they’re still available!


Mango Midi Shirt Dress

If you’re looking for a simple and sexy outfit, be it for a casual dinner date or night out on the town with friends, this midi shirt dress is the one you’ll want. The ruching on the side gives shape to the loose-fitting fabric, and the hemline is juuust high enough to flash your legs while still remaining demure.

SHOP – $79.99

midi shirt dress


Mango Asymmetric Neckline Dress

I’ve always felt hesitant to try a one-shoulder dress, but this body-hugging maxi dress has convinced me to branch out. The flattering asymmetric neckline hides décolletage, and the back has an added cut-out keyhole design that’s über cute.

SHOP – $79.99

Mango Embroidered Detail Shirt

The embroidery of this button-up is unique — the design works its way down from the neckline to the bottom of this otherwise average white top. The shirt has a boxy shape, so it’s perfect for tucking into trousers to accentuate your curves.

SHOP – $59.99

embroidered top


Superdown Scottie One Shoulder Top

The blush color of this top is flattering on every skin tone, and the bow that wraps around the bottom is a cute detail — this top will easily take you from happy hour to late-night fun. The satin fabric is eye-catching, while the poly and spandex blend makes it comfortable to move around in.

SHOP – $56

Banana Republic Satin Easy Short

I am in love with these shorts. I’m a sucker for satin, and I also love elastic waists (I hate shorts that limit movement), so these shorts combine the best of both worlds. They’re straight-legged rather than tight, and the best part: they come with front and back pockets. Ladies, let us rejoice!

SHOP – $47

satin shorts

creased trousers

H&M Creased Trouser 

These creased trousers come in five colors, but we highly recommend branching out from your usual black trousers and trying the light blue. The color is pastel, so these won’t scream “pay attention!”; at the same time, they’re a pretty, light hue that will pair well with your blouses.

SHOP – $29.99

Soko Globe Jacket Earring in Gold and Silver

Whoever said you can’t mix silver and gold clearly hadn’t seen these earrings. They’re 24k gold-plated, and you can wear the hoops solo. But why stop there when they also come with silver plated ring accents that are perpendicular to the gold? Be fearless, pull your hair back, and let these make a statement.

SHOP – $37

gold and silver earrings

summer clothes

H&M Jacquard-Weave Handbag

Made with a jacquard-weave cotton blend, this two-tone handbag will make you stand out whether you bring it to work or the beach. It has an inner compartment protected by a zipper, so your important items can be stowed away throughout the day.

SHOP – $34.99

Dolce Vita Haize Sandal 

I’m trying to bring jelly sandals back into fashion, and Dolce Vita’s Haize Sandal is only helping my case. The four clear ring straps hug your feet to stop them from slipping, and the wedge heel is small enough to add height without causing achy arches when you walk.

SHOP – $90

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black sandals

Steve Madden Harlin Gel Sandal

While black sandals are classic, these ones come in three other shades if you’re feeling brave. (No pressure.) These PVC slides are waterproof, so you won’t have to worry about slipping — a perk during the summer. Other good news: they come in sizes 5 and 6, so those with small feet can snag these as well.

SHOP – $69.95


What summer clothes will you nab? Let us know in the comments!

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