Brooks Nader recently jetted off to the Maldives with her hubby for a luxurious belated honeymoon (thanks to the pandemic), where she epitomized hot girl summer. While we all can’t be in the Maldives, we can thank Brooks for the elevated fashion inspiration we’ve craved this summer.
Here Brooks embraces an asymmetrical look in a Bronx and Banco maxi dress. Bronx and Banco is an Australian luxury brand popular among many celebrities, including Selena Gomez and Camila Cabello. We are obsessed with the shimmery fabric and gaping cutouts in this dress. The beauty in this outfit mirrors the beauty of the Maldives.
Equally as stunning is this charming, tamala orange dress from Bronx and Banco. This vibrant outfit is perfect for this summer as bold looks are being applauded. Brooks complements this statement piece with a simple yet chic pair of ALEVí Milano heels.
Although there is no link to this look, it is easy to mimic! Brooks has blessed us with an innovative trick to obtain an affordable yet sexy skirt. All this skirt requires is an oversized, button-down shirt! We suggest contrasting this eccentric-looking skirt with a sleek crop top. Channel Brooks’s sense of versatility to create your own unique summer look.
These next two bikinis are from an authentic Italian beachwear brand, Matinée. Brooks masters the three-piece swim set trend, and she looks hot as ever while doing so. Brooks proves that animal prints are, in fact, making a return this summer. She looks incredibly fierce in her leopard print.
Brooks poses in a lovely white dress from Zara (similar). She spices up this ensemble by adding a pair of Bottega Veneta heels and a knotted leather baguette bag for a pop of color. The beaded necklace and collared top give the outfit a summery, school-girl look.
We are IN LOVE with this exquisite Bronx and Banco set on Brooks. The belt adds an element of posh to the beachy outfit, creating a great contrast.
Brooks shows how to pair swimwear with knitwear. This fabulous cloud sweater is from Myracle, a female-founded, handmade knit-and-crochet-wear brand that supports slow fashion. Brooks tops off her look with vintage sunglasses from Sunday Somewhere, a brand inspired by the 70s.
Not sure if it’s the tropical environment, the stylish dress or the flawless model, but we are absolutely stunned by this angelic photograph. The beautiful floral print and ruffle details relay a sense of femininity. Visit Patbo to nab this dress and twin with Brooks this season.