By Danie B
Summertime is coming, so you need to get your closet ready now!
One of my biggest struggles with moving to Florida was trying to figure out how to still be cute, comfortable and not sweat to death in the summer heat.
Luckily I figured it out! Here are 5 ways to stay summertime chic in the scorching heat!
- Say NO to skinny jeans- They’re tight, you’ll sweat, and since denim is not breathable, when you sweat, the fabric will stick to you like glue. I can not tell you how gross it feels to walk around in sweaty, wet jeans! Just say no!
- Sundresses are you friends – Sundresses allow your body to get some air, which keeps you from sweating so much. Make sure your dresses are made of a lightweight breathable fabric like cotton, and a fabric that wont show sweat.
- Sleeves have got to go – Sleeveless garments allow air to flow through your body, and decreases the chance that you’ll get those horrible underarm pit stains.
- Rompers are a must – Yeah, you probably don’t want to wear sundresses and tank tops all summer, and that’s why rompers are an equally chic option. Sometimes dresses or skirts will ride up, especially when you start sweating. Rompers however will stay in place, and you can dress them up with a heel or dress them down with a cute sandal.
- Sandals – When I say sandals, I DO NOT MEAN FLIP FLOPS. Invest in a couple of nice pairs of sandals that won’t dress down your outfit. These are especially good for those nights when you’re partying in downtown Orlando. You’re walking, plus, it’s hot so your feet are sweating and you’ll end up sliding all over the place. Save the potential embarrassment from falling, and get some cute sandals, sis
Here are some examples below!
Look at how Jessica’s off the shoulder top allows air to get to her body, and keeps her looking chic while hosting an outdoor event.
Jill and Nicoletta look amazing in their matching rompers!
Here are two of my favorite sundress looks! The fabric flows, and the material was light, making it perfect for the wedding and dayparties I attended in them.