Summer dressing means keeping your clothes light, breezy and having them in subtle hues. It also means choosing the right fabrics, shoes and accessories.
Here’s how you can keep these points in mind while dressing up for the summer sun. Also ensuring you aren’t away from fashion!
The A-line solution
The fit-and-flare is popular for a reason. With a trim waist and slightly flouncy skirt, it flatters a wide range of figures—and in a modern print or classic colour, there’s no reason it has to look obvious.
Take the load off-shoulder
The off-shoulder dress simply flatters a woman’s feminity. It’s pretty, easy to wear, and looks just as good on a city sidewalk as it does on the French Riviera (well, almost)! 🙂
Shift to this
This work-friendly standby has a slimmer skirt than the A-line, but still isn’t tight and works perfect for the summers.
Slip it on
The Slip dress is slinky, sexy and totally Ok to wear several weekends. Team it up with a cape or shrug and give variations to your attire.
Once you find your ideal T-shirt dress, you’ll never want to take it off. Easily dressed up or down, this style is guaranteed to become a wardrobe bestie.
Hope that you wear your best this summer. Do tell us of some amazing styles that you come across. We always love to hear back from our readers!