Ladies– the rise in temperature is no excuse to let down your sartorial standards.
We know first-hand how difficult it is to motivate yourself to wear something cute when it’s toastier than usual outside. Instead of using the unbearable temperature as an excuse to relax your dress code, see it is as an opportunity to incorporate bright colors, new fabrics and styles into your closet.
Ready? Let’s get started with the basics.
Are rompers still in this season? Who cares! It’s hot as balls outside and wearing anything at all sounds less than appealing. To ensure you don’t melt when you’re out and about, we’d say a romper is your best bet. These babies are fuss-free, and you’ll feel every fresh breeze while wearing them.
Bonus: You don’t have to waste time coordinating your outfit ‘cause it’s already done for you.
2. Crop Tops
These tees are super easy to dress up/down depending on the occasion. As a general rule, the best fabric to beat Colombo’s scorching heat would ideally be cotton or linen. The crop top is back and you don’t have to bare it all to stay on point.
Bonus: It’s not gonna weigh you down or make you sweat bricks.
Top off your favorite look with a hat. Glamourous, mysterious, basically #winwin all the way. This is a classic that never goes out of style. From Panamas to fedoras to sun hats—the options are endless.
Bonus: What better way to cover up a bad hair day?
4. Co-ords aka Two-Piece Outfits
Like Taylor Swift, we are fans of the matchy-matchy two piece. There’s nothing better than a trend that makes getting dressed easier. Plain colors, florals, simple patterns or lace, we’re positive you’ll find a matching set to beat the heat.
Bonus: They’re more versatile than dresses, because you can mix and match them with other items in your wardrobe.
Okay, this one is duh. Shorts ARE the best option for hot weather. Loose fitting or skin tight, they look cool and offer a little more ventilation than their full-length counterparts.
Bonus: Pair with sandals, flip flops or comfy loafers. Cuteness overload!
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