Been looking for your summer wardrobe? Well, no need to look any further than Stüssy's Summer 2022 collection.

Whether you've been looking for the perfect pair of shorts (of which there are plenty) or the ultimate everyday trouser, it seems like the label has been working overtime to create pieces that are perfect for creating the ultimate capsule wardrobe.

Of course, Stüssy's recognizable logo and crown graphic has made their way into the collection, appearing across T-shirts, vests, shorts, and shell jackets. Overall, though, the collection is straying away from logo-heavy pieces, focusing more on a minimal approach.

In my opinion, this collection has some of the strongest trousers I've seen in a long time, and plenty of them have already made their way onto my shopping list.

There's everything from baggy denim trousers, to oversized cargo pants, relaxed suit trousers, as well as a pair of leopard-printed bottoms. Playing with colors and materials, there's a piece for everyone.

We've also been spoiled for choice when it comes to accessories, as there are plenty of hats and caps featured in the lookbook. Whether you're looking for a logo-branded cap or a bright pink bucket hat, you'll find it. There are plenty of colors – something for everyone, to say the least.

"Colors that are harmonious enhance each other and become better together than they were on their own—clean-cut but experimental ready-to-wear," Stüssy explains.

Lastly, tops include plenty of striped pieces, from relaxed overshirts to cardigans ideal for layering, as well as light jackets, puffer vests, crochet vests, and more.

The first delivery from the Stüssy Summer 2022 collection drops on Friday May 20th at 10am PST, online at the label's website as well as in-store.

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