Sunny days are ahead! We’re moving along into the summer months, which means it’s time for a wardrobe refresh. Our team curated our top 3 summer trends for you to incorporate into your warm weather outfits – all while supporting Detroit small businesses!
Trend 01: Pastels
We’re moving away from last summer’s electric neons into this summer’s easy, dreamy pastels. Pastels are like the soft serve of color, so dive in and treat yourself to one of these picks straight from Detroit:
Crew Sweatshirt, $72.00
Relaxed Long Sleeve, $54.00
Detroit Hustles Harder & York Project
Looking to rep the city with your pastels? These two Detroit-centered brands bring
soft tones to their standard collections. Shop the Detroit Hustles Harder Short Sleeve T-Shirt & Peach Cropped Detroit Hoodie.
DHH Short Sleeve T-Shirt, $30.00
Peach Cropped Detroit Hoodie, $60.00
Trend 02: Utility
This trend, originally inspired by past military-wear, focuses on functionality and durability.
Good Neighbor & Bird Bee
Keep things light with the Little Bum Waist Pack from Good Neighbor. This
accessory merges style and function with waxed canvas and enough room for all of
Looking for a new twist on professional wear? Take it up a notch with roomy pleated pockets and sturdy nylon details. Bird Bee has just the piece. Shop the Little Bum Waist Pack & The Ascot Blazer – Black.
Little Bum Waist Pack, $69.50
The Ascot Blazer – Black, $95.00
Trend 03: Tie Dye
Tie-dye stopped by this spring, and it’s here to stay for the summer. From high contrast color combos to soft snow cone hues, bring happiness to your wardrobe with this refreshing trend.
Détroit is the New Black & Bird Bee
Update your Détroit is the New Black gear with this twist on the original tee. The Tie Dye English Crew brings a darker, subdued hue to the beloved vibrant tie dye pattern.
Tie Dye English Crew, $39.00
Eva Crop Sweater, $78.00
A Note from Threads:
Some of the products listed above may be out of stock in certain sizes. If you’re interested in a product that doesn’t have your size, reach out to the business & let them know you’re interested. They may be able to bring the product back in stock or point you to a similar product. Let’s continue to support our small business retailers.