To say that fashion is individualistic is an understatement. For your style to work, it has to be yours and yours only. Otherwise, you’ll only succeed in looking like a pale imitation of someone that wears it better. So, picking trends which speak to you is important. But, that doesn’t mean that you should avoid fashions because certain ones just work. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a hipster or a traditionalist – they’re that versatile.
So, with that in mind, here are the items you need in your wardrobe this summer.
The term ‘hat’ is very vague, which is why it is so flexible. Some women like to wear a big sun hat with a wide brim, while others will prefer a bowler. There are skater chicks that like to wear baseball caps to supplement their look. It doesn’t matter which one you have as long as you have one to hand. A hat is a great accessory because it offsets the style without overdressing. A large hat, for example, acts as a focal point yet it is only one item. Plus, it also serves as cover from the hot summer sun. Please remember, ladies, that sweating is the enemy.
Again, shades are fashionable and practical at the same time. Obviously, they block the sun so that it doesn’t get in your eyes. And, we all know that there is nothing less sexy than squinting. They are also a good way to accessorize an otherwise boring outfit thanks to their dominant features. A word to the wise: splash out on a high-quality pair. If you’re going to wear them all summer, a cheap set can hurt your eyes and cause serious damage. And, well-manufactured sunnies are less likely to break at the slightest touch, so it’s a savvy investment.
Long gone are the days of tight shorts and tank tops, and there are good reasons. The first is that it is a style that is becoming more popular. As a result, there is a bigger chance of clashing with people as you walk down the street. Okay, this might not be Cannes, so it isn’t a crime, but you still want to avoid it where possible. Secondly, tight clothes are hotter. Sundresses for the summer time are looser, which means they have room to breath as they don’t cling to the skin. Come on; looking the part isn’t easy if you’re dripping with sweat.
Summer is a great time to get out of the house and take part in activities. It might only be a walk in the park, but you still need to be ready. Obviously, you can pack as much as you need in your new summer bag. More importantly, the bag is a vital accessory. If you want to avoid overheating, your wardrobe will have a lot of light colors. Although it’s a clever move, it’s also a potentially dull one. Your bag, darker in color, will add the right amount of pop to freshen your style.
Don’t worry about your style because these items go with everything.