As days stretch long across the center of calendars, you needn’t resort to a reverse correlation in the length of your apparel. Below are three ideas for staying cute, covered, and cool this summer.
Start by adjusting your all-season wardrobe winners like a long-sleeve cotton shirt. Cuff the sleeves, tie the waist – what worked for spring can quickly be styled for summer.
Simultaneously swap your jeans out for a mid-length skirt and feel the temperature drop. You’re creating an umbrella effect for your bare legs complete with breezy open circulation. Opt for a full cut, allowing the fabric to billow about, rather than cling around, your figure.
With your tweeds and felted wools tissued, it’s time to shine the sunlight on cotton, linen, and silk. These textiles have proficient lungs meaning, they breathe efficiently, keeping moisture away from the body rather than sealing it in.
You can further chill the air in your vicinity by opting for pale colors. Weak, blushing hues tend to absorb less sunshine than their saturated counterparts.
Finally, when creating interest in an ensemble, excuse layers in favor of accessories. Add pattern, shine, color, or texture with heat-free statements.