Warmer weather means two things for your wardrobe: 1) it’s time to switch to clothes that keep you cool (easy); and 2) it’s time to ditch the black and navy in favour of brighter hues (less so). These pop of colours for your Summer Wardrobe. There’s something for every occasion, whether you’re looking for workwear or the perfect date-night outfit. Here are some fashion ideas to get you started:
Summer is an excellent season for wearing white. There are a variety of white summer tops available, so you can find one that matches your pants, shorts, or skirt. White tank tops and T-shirts are timeless options; look for lightweight but long-lasting fabrics like Supima cotton. Alternatively, go for a breezy linen top with romantic embroidery. If you’re looking for a white top for work, an Oxford shirt is a safe bet. It can be paired with slacks or a skirt for a classically stylish office look, a must-have for your summer wardrobe.
Pink’s versatility is one of its best qualities. A fine-gauge sweater or shirt looks great with black or blue jeans, sand or navy shorts, and even green chinos. Though you should avoid styling it with stark white. To ground them, pair them with olive tones, warm bronzes and browns, and [wear with] pale wash jeans or denim jackets.
Most people associate wearing yellow with feelings that are far from mellow. While there’s no denying that this colour is difficult to master, it’s far too powerful a hue to dismiss entirely. That’s why Gen-Z (depressingly, the generation following millennials) is acting like it’s the 1990s and giving yellow a second chance. Yellow, like pink, looks best when toned down, add this to your summer wardrobe.
The key to a purple patch in your wardrobe is essentially stripping everything else back. Because the colour is notorious for not mixing well with other colours, make it a short-sleeve shirt or blazer – and keep the supporting pieces in black, grey, sand, beige, or white.
Red is associated with energy, power, and strength, according to colour theory. That alone is reason enough to have this colour for your summer wardrobe. It’s also a good choice for upping your primary colour quotient if yellow is too much of a stretch for you.
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