5 controversial summer trends

Yes, they are some of the most seen trends on the Ibiza streets this summer, but they are also controversial. Bloggers, celebs and it girls are wearing them. Today we feature five summer  fashion hits of the summer that will give much to talk about. Adore or hate them?

Ugly shoes

Always at the feet of the coolest fashionistas. Yes, we’re talking about those sandals that tourists have been wearing for years in Ibiza. An then were not trendy, but now everybody wears them. ,

It girl Alexa Chun wearing a pair of Ugly Shoes.

Ibiza Trendy says:  They are called Ugly shoes, so there is nothing else to say. Definetly no!

Oversize necklaces

Minimalism is dead! Now the must have is an oversize ethnic necklace. Are they too much or the perfect accessory that makes your look?

Extralarge afghan necklace from Ibiza Trendy online store, here.

Ibiza Trendy says: We love them! Otherwise we won’t be selling them in our online store.

Cropped top

Cropped tops are a must have this summer in Ibiza. Do you have the six pac?  Need to be fit to wear one.  We are seeing many girls wearing a cropped top with very high-waisted shorts.

Spanish blogger Dulceida wearns a cropped top by Charo Ruiz, on sale in Ad Libitum Ibiza, here.

Ibiza Trendy says: Yes to cropped top, definetily not to extra small high-waisted shorts. Only a top model can wear this!

Sporty chic

We saw a lot of sporty chic last season and we will keep seeing much more this summer in Ibiza. Jogging and sneakers are very comfy! But are they also cool?

Camo jogger and sweater from Sexy Sexy Woman Ibiza, here.

Ibiza Trendy says: Yes to sporty chic style. But notice that it doesn’t mean to be wearing an old scruffy tracksuit.

Arty

From the museums to the streets. The prints inspired by paintings, especially abstract art and surrealism art- are a must have.

Graffiti handpainted top from HELIBAZAR Ibiza, here. 

Ibiza Trendy says: Be careful! It is not easy to wear an arty outfit, some of them are very ugly. But we love the graffiti inspo, as seen at HELIBAZAR.

by Judit Carcasona