Summers can be our favorite but it is often very difficult to find the perfect comfortable clothing that keeps you going the entire day without the heat draining you. Flowy clothes in light materials like cotton or silk would be the best for this season. Our clothes must allow proper air circulation to maintain a cool body temperature. If not, it can lead to unpleasant odors and bad hygiene.
The easy-to-go fits:
Some days are just a struggle! Dressing up seems heavy. Since Covid started, staying home has got me indolent to dress up. This is why it is necessary to invest in quality essentials. Printed tees, shorts, long skirts, or even full-length monochrome dresses will make you look classy yet cute on any lazy day.
The Office fit:
Formal office wear HAS to be perfect. Well, you can make your office wear stylish and comfortable at the same time. Your wardrobe must have formal pants in a few common colors like black, beige, navy blue, and white. This will help you form multiple combinations with different printed or solid shirts. You can always go for tops or shirts in light fabrics like linen to give your attire a more professional look. If it’s a dress day, go for vibrant colors like white, red, or gray. Your choice of accessories will do the rest of the job.
The Summer Party fit:
There is never a perfect time to party. A colorful floral dress will be my first choice for a summer party any day. Pastels and florals highlight summer like nothing else. They never fail to give a cool and edgy look. And finally, accessorize the look with some fine body jewelry.
Who does not love styling the traditional way? The most beautiful thing about ethnic wear is the variety of prints and patterns. We need colors and prints to pump up the summer spirit. Palazzos with a straight or A-line Kurti or short dresses and tunics with ethnic prints are incomparable to anything else! The famous Chikankari Kurtis and Block printed Kurtis are evergreen styles.
In the end, fashion is all about being comfortable and happy with your style but at the same time trying out bold accents. Is there a more perfect time than summer to experiment with new trends?