Scorching temperatures and busier social schedules offer plenty of opportunities to experiment with your style. Whether you wish to dress comfortably at the office, or make your weekend looks breezy chic, keep on reading for the 6 summer style problems solved that might be helpful for you this season.
- You want a top that looks fresh, but will last longer than a season.
Bell-sleeved tops and crop tops are breezy in the heat, but the trend might last before the end of summer. So, resort to the ease and comfort of a tee in chicer versions with metallic trims, sleeker design, and breezier fabrics. Designers have latched onto the simplicity of this wonder-garment and refashioned it with luxe fabrics, extraordinary detailing, and stylized finishes. Remember, it’s a universal wardrobe staple that can be mixed and matched with anything. Or, opt for an architectural style of crop tops over boxy and free-flowing ones, which look modern and sharp.
- You want an inexpensive way to dress up your basic summer dresses.
Spice up your summer dresses with chic accessories like a statement necklace, chic bag, embellished clutch, chic sunglasses, and flirty summer hats. Adding a simple pair of fringed sandals can add some texture to your casual dress, and a bold necklace can inject style into a simple single-color suit or dress.
- You have a work event and want something fresh and cool.
Show that your style means business with a personality-packed piece that plays with color. Think of a brightly colored full skirt in midi length that will go well with any of your summer tops or a structured dress with a slightly longer length in a beautiful, bright color. While the little black dress always gives a clean, professional vibe, you may opt for a pastel blouse teamed with a white wrap skirt to make you stand out without looking like you tried too hard. Just keep your overall look minimal with just a sleek clutch and chic shoes.
- You need heels that work with chic weekend outfits.
Open-toe sandals, ankle strap heels, and blocked heeled sandals are great for dressing up your casual outfits. Though single-sole pumps with sexy pointy toes will make your office outfits chic, try slipping on a pair of open sandals that will give you a more flattering frame and more sophisticated vibe on your happy hour.
- You need pants that won’t make you melt in the heat.
Skinny jeans may be timeless, but they hug too much making you feel warmer and uncomfortable. This season, there are dozens of lightweight pants to choose from like culottes, flared jeans, wide leg pants, and palazzo pants that will make you fresh and chic at the same time. It’s a classic way to work trendy silhouette without letting them overpower you.
- You need a dress that goes from day to night.
Try a floral print dress that’s not too sexy for work, but playful enough for your less serious side. A striped maxi dress with slit can make you feel breezy while keeping your legs covered, and a shirt dress can add some classy vibe to your casual street style. By taking these things into considerations, you’ll make your street style easy and season-appropriate.