’70s-inspired basics to get you through summer


easy + breezy

If you're growing tired of crochet crop tops and lace bralettes, you're not alone. After seasons of so-called "festival-inspired" attire dominating fashion, it's probably time we reclaim summer style. And, as we do basically every time the weather changes, we're looking to 2 Bandits' designer Tamar Wider's fashion line, CAMP Collection, to help outfit us. The '70s summer camp inspired collection is filled with a bevy of one-off basics that were made to throw on and go.

Even if you don't have any cabin getaway trips or s'more-filled bonfires planned, the latest line is sure to put you in a sunny daze. From its heather grey sporty bralettes and lace-up short combos to super-soft striped tees and super-short cheeky bottoms, we have a feeling that you're about to have the most psychedelic summer yet.

Click through the gallery to see the lookbook and gain some on-point styling tips along the way.

CAMP, racerback tank, $35, available at CAMP.
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