What's hot this summer | Trending

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Get ready for a season of fun and frivolity, with plenty of options to signify new beginnings.

Outdoor rugs. Mandela reversible outdoor rug, $229. A key trend to help seamlessly merge indoor and outdoor spaces. earlysettler.com.au

1990s influences. Celine silk camisole, $189. This much-loved decade continues to shine, with camis and slip dresses taking centrestage. stcloudlabel.com

High rise. Concho streetwalkers high waisted 80s shorts, $140. This cut is another nod to years gone by, mostly loved by those who don't recall its first incarnation. oneteaspoon.com.au

Sandals. Men's Sunder leather sandals, $159.95. A top (not to mention comfy) trend that can be worn by the entire family. clarks.com.au

Anklets. Ankle bracelet, from $75. A delicate anklet is the perfect accompaniment for long legs this summer. zagbijoux.com.au

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First nations designs. A5 2022 diary, from $13.95. Stationery brand OTTO and Aboriginal artist Merindah-Gunya have collaborated for a line of stationery and accessories, with artwork inspired by Merindah-Gunya's ancestors and Elders of the Eastern Maar Peoples. officeworks.com.au

Fancy dresses. Big Drama dress, $549. After a rather long run of sedate seasonal dressing, this season's frocks are unashamedly bold. Available from December 9, this dress celebrates sustainability and joy. hm.com/en_au

Travertine. Pegasus console table, from $5595. Marble has had its moment, now it's time for this striking surface to shine. cocorepublic.com.au

Vitamin C. C-Forte, $95. If you haven't incorporated this key ingredient into your routine, summer is the time to do so. It helps stimulate collagen growth, reduces pigmentation, wrinkles and fine lines, and brightens skin tone. eskcare.com

Outdoor dining. Sand picnic basket, $199. Picnic was the buzzword a few months ago, and can now be fully embraced thanks to the warmer weather. countryroad.com.au

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