Nail Your Summer Style with These Tips
With a new season comes new fashions. Summer is a carefree time of year where anything goes. You can use the warm weather as an excuse to expand your style, try new things, and express yourself. Are you ready to nail your summer style? Check out these tips:
Summer fashion is easy and breezy. When you’re picking out pieces for your summer wardrobe, be sure to select options that are lightweight and flowy to accommodate the warm weather. You want to look cute, but you need to be comfortable in the hot weather. Easy-fitting clothing is on-trend in the summer, and it will also help you stay cool during the hottest days of the year. Shop for breezy dresses and flowy maxi skirts to enhance your summer style.
In addition to keeping your body cool, you also want to protect your scalp and face from the sun’s rays this summer. Adding cute hats to your closet can help you stay safe in style. An oversized sun hat, trendy baseball cap, or wide-brim hat can take your outfits to the next level, while also protecting you from the sun. Think about pairing a sun hat with your bathing suit when you hit the beach, a baseball cap with a floral dress to make your outfit more casual, or a wide brim hat with a T-shirt and jean shorts for a trendy look.
It’s summer, why play it safe? Summer is a great time to get creative with your fashion sense. Instead of wearing neutrals and basics this summer, go bold. Try new prints, colors, and patterns when the warm weather hits. Summer is a great time to wear light colors and bold patterns to embrace the warm weather and experiment with your style. If you don’t want to switch things up too much, try making statements with accessories instead. Adding a pop of color to your outfits with a belt, bag, or jewelry can help you experiment with your style as well.
Follow these tips to nail your summer style this year! You can shop for new clothing to add to your closet at Scout & Molly’s Boutique. Find us at our English Village location at 1460 Bethlehem Pike, Suite 225, in North Wales.