All Embroidered Everything, and How to Wear It

The antidote to minimalism is here, and it includes stitched flowers, birds, and butterflies.

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Every single one of these pieces can be worn well into fall. Run around in an embroidered mini paired with a T-shirt and sneakers now, and trade your top for a slouchy sweater (if your hem is high) or a long-sleeved bodysuit (if midi skirts are more your style) in a few months.

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When it comes to embroidered tops, you've got lots of options. Try a slightly formal, high-neck style or an embroidered oxford with tattered jeans, pair a crop top with high-rise denim, or enjoy these last few weeks of summer in a breezy linen shirt and cutoffs.

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Jeans and a white T-shirt is never a bad look, but adding some embroidered denim into the equation takes it to a new level.


Look, it's all of your favorite summer dresses—the denim shirtdress, the off-the-shoulder mini-dress, the beachy smock dress—made extra-special with touches of embroidery.


These embroidered bomber jackets, coats, and sweatshirts are outfit-makers. So much so that you probably won't want to take them off when you get indoors. "No, I'm not hot! I'm fine, really."


Not quite sold on embroidery? Ease into the trend with an accessory. Accent your denim-on-denim look with a belt or style your favorite mini-dress with a block-heel sandal.

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