Want to know what we’re wearing from Thought’s SS18 collection? I’ve asked the team for their favourite pieces plus their summer style tips. Read on to discover our top picks!

SS18 #StylewithThought: the Thought team’s summer style tips

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Aviva, Commercial Director

“I have been wearing the white Mahana Pointelle Sweater (hemp and organic cotton) over the white Helina Vest Top (also hemp and organic cotton). I wear them with the Queenie Jeans and my gold espadrilles – it’s a great summer evening outfit, and such a simple look but I’ve had so many compliments.”

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Becky, Senior Creative

“I have the navy and yellow striped Campbell Tee and it’s a staple classic that I love. I especially like the button detail down the side! Who doesn’t love a striped top? I pair it with my denim dungarees or a pinafore dress and plimsolls.

I also love the cropped Tanami Culottes for summer – they are perfect for exploring on holiday, and are such a nice soft fabric.”

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Sarah, Key Accounts

“In honour of what I’m wearing today I’d like to go with the Kiku Culottes. They are super comfy, on trend and have a brilliant print! They are the perfect item to brighten up any day whether at work, running after my 3 year old or out for an evening drink! I wear them with our Helina Vest Top and a pair of leather sandals.”

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Clare, Copywriter

“Super simple, but I’m loving our bamboo leggings. I used to LIVE in leggings but haven’t for some time. I bought ours for knocking about at home but I’ve worn them so much more. Funny how we can often underestimate how useful basics are – we really ought not to.”

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Jo, Web Manager

“My favourite item from our Spring Summer collection is the Solar Palms T-Shirt. The lightweight Tencel and organic cotton fabric means it’s soft against skin and comfy to wear.  I love the statement palm print and how it’s slightly longer at the back. It’s perfect to wear with jeans and sandals for an easy, casual look this summer.”

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Sarah, Business Support

“I’ve been loving the Merwin Spot Jumpsuit. I love it because I feel more put together (like when wearing a dress), but with the comfort of trousers and a top. It’s the perfect middle ground. I usually wear it on its own, with espadrilles and a straw bag.”

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Katy, Head of Marketing

“I love the Kimono Spot Tunic. It’s perfect to style up as a dress – as I’m hosting a marketing conference next week followed by a dinner – or you can create a more casual look by teaming it up with leggings and a pair of Converse.”

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Ellie, Senior Buyer

“My favourite is the Shishu Embroidered Skirt. It’s the most flattering skirt shape there is, with the texture of an all over stitch which feels and looks very artisan. I wear it with the white Helina Vest and white boot Converse for a super fun summers day in the city!”

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Stephanie, Design

“I love Haruka Knit Cardi which I think is a beautiful pattern and texture in a really modern shape. I like to wear it with a plain white tee and my boyfriend jeans or alternatively I pair it with my super soft Emerson Slacks for a casual Thought outfit.”

Amy, Business Support

“My favourite item from SS18 is the Haruka Knit Cardigan.  I love this item as you can wear it no matter the weather, rain or shine. It’s such an adaptable piece, it’s always my go-to item whenever I am stomped on what to wear and it never fails to get a compliment when I wear it out and about. I usually wear the cardigan with ripped skinny jeans or cigarette trousers and a simple tee.”

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Graeme, Scottish Sales Agent

“This season I am big-time loving the Kusic Tee in pink haze. It’s cool and comfortable when the sun is shining. I wear mine loose with my cargo shorts and comfy sandals.”

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What are your spring summer style tips? Let us know in the comments below or show us a photo by tagging us using our hashtag #StylewithThought!

You might also love reading our SS18 blogger styling tips.