June was a beauty here on the lake and I love seeing that many of the pieces I enjoyed wearing made their way into your wardrobes as well!

We are clearly loving a white dress moment, elevated basics like high neck tanks and slouchy tees, lightweight knits just make sense, and comfy classics will always play a part. I’m also thrilled to see how many of you joined me in testing out the “no bra” alternative I’ve been recommending.

Read on to see all the most clicked and shopped items by Style Bee readers throughout June. Whenever an item is from my closet I’ve also linked to how I’ve styled it.

I hope this post offers some outfit inspiration for your closet too!

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True to size. Beautiful drape and slightly wide/cropped fit. Styled here.


I finally tried these this summer and they’re a total game-changer. No more bra straps or underwires to contend with! I’m wearing them in both looks in this post.


Such a lovely summer dress for hot days. Runs large so consider a size down. See it styled here and in this Reel.


I just got this tank and love the cut and fabric. I found that is runs a bit big, so consider sizing down. I’ll be exchanging for a size down from my usual size in tops.


These look so comfy. Shared as an alternative option to my Linen Boy Trousers by Shaina Mote. Styled here.


This dress is close as it gets to wearing a cool breeze on a hot day. Fit is generous so consider sizing down, I took my usual dress size. Styled hereUse LEE15 for 15% Off.


Shared this versatile bag as an alternative to an old one I have. I love the strap and shape. Gives a Clare V. vibe for less.


This is a perfect summer knit. Fit is true to size. Styled here in Look #2. Similar style in 100% Cotton here. Use LEE15 for 15% Off.


I have this style in 2 washes. If between sizes, go with the lower one. The colourful washes are on sale!


These are back in stock in the US in a few sizes and new colours. Fit is generous and inseam is long. Styled here.

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  1. Kathleen says:

    Sometimes I just feel like saying thank you for taking the time to write and send this blog that I always love reading! Luscious things to peruse and add to my pinterest board. I never buy the clothes you show only because I am one of those weirdos whose hobby is sewing my own clothes but I love the inspiration and ideas. I too live in a relatively quiet lifestyle, albeit not in the country 😊 I am a semi-retired, 67 yr old in Victoria BC. We rent in a senior building, use car share, ebikes and buses for transport. We have always been do-it-yourselfers for just about everything and generally enjoy a quiet, simple lifestyle in a beautiful city which boasts the nicest weather in Canada. Thousands have discovered this beauty more and more over the years and now it’s growing like a weed. More than 100,000 people have moved here since we did in 2013.

    I’ve always cared deeply for the environment (I was a part of Pollution Probe in Sudbury ON in 1971) and sadly I have to say I’ve seen nothing to encourage me to believe the young have an easy path going forward ☹ That’s a main reason why I keenly support the work you do.

    In your beautiful and beauty appreciating Taurus style you are nudging young people to desire a most sustainable lifestyle. In a subtle, gentle way you are making a difference through enticement, nurturing understanding and making a living at the same time.

    That article on money anxiety was a little bizarre to me I must confess. Far too many people obsess about money. There has been an insidious agenda by the aristocracy of the world to make people care more about money than the environment! But as a wise person once said, “Try counting your money while holding your breath”.

    A sustainable lifestyle however, is one of many ways to respect the environment which you do so brilliantly. Thanks again Lee.