DARK COLORS ARE WORSE THAN LIGHT
Lighter hues give a great summer vibe and will also help you stay cooler (black absorbs more heat). You might wear dark hues like black, charcoal, violet, or dark blue, but they lack summer-specific lightness and airiness.
THE BEST MAKEUP IS NATURAL
Nothing is worse, in my opinion than donning a tonne of makeup on a warm summer day. During the summer, it is best to wear light, natural makeup. Put away the heavy foundation, black eyeliner, dark eyeshadow, and dark lipstick. Wear delicate neutral eyeshadows, tan, pink, or rose-colored stains, and tinted balms instead. If you’re attending a summer event, apply a tinted moisturizer instead of a foundation. Add a dash of liquid highlighter to your summer makeup routine to give you that wonderful summer shine. Simply apply a small amount of highlighter to the bridge of your nose, the tops of your brow bones, and your cheekbones.
WEAR LIGHTWEIGHT CLOTHES
Better than form-fitting clothing are flowy tops, dresses, and skirts.
Lightweight materials that float in the wind are ideal for the summer. Instead of anything that is skin-tight, choose loose apparel to project a summery atmosphere. Look for garments made of chiffon, lace, light cotton, silk, or crochet. This holds for any clothing, including shorts, rompers, dresses, skirts, and shirts. I suggest doing this for two causes. First of all, summer is hot, and wearing tight-fitting clothing will cause you to perspire in both your clothes and yourself. Second, summer and flowing apparel go hand in hand.
ALMOST ALWAYS Sexy: OFF-THE-SHOULDER TOPS AND DRESSES
Off-the-shoulder attire makes a comeback every few years. They are in stock at every store, and everyone is sporting them. However, off-the-shoulder tops and dresses are in this season. Consider them a fashion standard that you can wear year after year rather than something fashionable or fleeting. Every summer, I break out a handful of my off-the-shoulder dresses, and I’m constantly adding new ones to my collection. They are excellent accessories for producing a carefree summer look.
Choose a neutral brown handbag if you only have one.
Choose a neutral earthy brown handbag if you’re only planning to buy one for the summer. Look for a summer handbag you can use for several summers that is not overly complicated. I’m wearing the handbag in this outfit post this summer. Every summer clothing I own matches this purse, and I know I’ll wear it again the next season.
AERIALISTS ARE AMAZING
If you’re looking for the ideal pair of summer sunglasses but don’t want to spend money on something that will look dated by Labor Day, read on. Purchase a pair of aviators if your face shape permits it. They have been fashionable forever and always will be. The silhouette suits both men and women equally well and is ageless. The blue aviators I’m sporting in this fashion post are ones I purchased in January and have been using often.
HATS ARE A SUCCESS
Everyone ought to have a hat! If you don’t have one, you probably haven’t found the ideal one for you yet. They not only add a fashionable touch to your summer wardrobe, but they also shield your face from the sun’s damaging rays.
I adore hats with a cowboy or wide brim of straw. Other than beach caps, those suit me the best and provide the finest sun protection. If you are unsure of what style of hat will suit you the best, visit a nearby millinery store and ask the owner for advice. Going to a hat expert who understands which designs suit various body types pays well.
TOO WARM? BEAR YOUR HAIR IN A BUN OR BRAID
Beach waves are seductive and fashionable, but if you lack the time or are unable to get your hair to have the ideal beach curl, braid it or put it in a bun instead. Throughout the summer, I wear one of three hairstyles—a braid, a ponytail, or a bun—depending on the summer attire I decide to wear. My hair is a bit longer than average, so it’s typically too hot to wear it down. For some reason, I don’t like the thought of styling my hair in the summer. No matter what the trends are this summer, a braid will never go out of style.
EVERY YEAR, YOU CAN WEAR CHINOS.
Women’s chino shorts are available in a range of hues and lengths, and they are not just for vacations at the beach or on boats. Denim shorts can be replaced with chinos, which are also quite comfy. In this article, I’m wearing J.Crew chinos. Because J.Crew’s chinos are available in solid colors or prints and 3, 4, 5, or 7-inch inseams, I adore them. You may keep this summer wardrobe essential in your closet because you can wear it all year long.