It’s almost springtime and that means that warmer weather is on its way for North America. When it comes to fashion, summer is a great time for strutting your stuff in cute summer dresses, shorts, warm weather accessories, and more. Are you ready to put away your cold-weather clothes? Here are some ways to get ready for warmer weather with these fashion tips.
1- Consider a New Swimsuit
Now is the time to start searching for the perfect swimsuit. While yours from last year may fit perfectly fine, why not get a new one? Try a new style, get a different color, etc. Plus, you may need to look for new swimsuits for the whole family. Chances are your kids have grown and you need new boys bathing suits or girls’ bathing suits that fit their growing bodies. The best bathing suits are the ones you feel comfortable and confident wearing.
2- Wear Your Favorite Sandals
Nothing says warm weather is coming like a good pair of sandals. If you are already experiencing warmer days, break out your sandals. These open-toed shoes are not only a great way to show off your pedicure, but they can also be a wardrobe staple when worn with the right outfit. Try changing things up by adding a variety of sandal types to your closet. There are styles like gladiators, espadrilles, and flip-flops. You can dress them up or go more casual. Heeled sandals and wedges go great with a summer dress as well.
3- Go Barefoot
Tap into your inner nature lover and try going barefoot or wearing barefoot shoes. Bare feet are more comfortable than shoes and are better for the environment. Plus, you can experience better health with you practice grounding techniques in your bare feet.
4- Dress Down Your Button-Ups By Rolling The Sleeves Up
Rolling your sleeves is a great way to dress down your button-up shirt, and keep you cooler as the warm weather starts to roll in. If you have cufflinks, try wearing them with this look. They’ll add an extra bit of flair and make it look like you put more effort into getting ready. If you don’t have cufflinks yet, consider investing in some. There are a wide variety of options, especially considering they are such a small accessories.
5- Buy a Pair of Sunglasses
Sunglasses are a summertime must-have. When you’re ready to buy a new pair of sunglasses, there are several things you should keep in mind. First, make sure that the sunglasses fit your face well. If they don’t sit comfortably on your nose or ears and if they slip down off of the bridge of your nose when worn, then they are not going to be very useful. You can go with big, bold colors, or get something more muted that blends well with your skin tone and hair color. And of course, don’t forget UV protection! Sunglasses should always have UV protection built right into them to protect your eyes from the unhealthy sun’s rays.
6- Try Out a Printed Dress
Printed dresses are a great way to wear color. You can wear them with or without a belt, and they look great with sneakers, sandals, or trainers. If you’re feeling fancy and want to add some extra detail to your outfit, try layering a printed dress over tights or pairing it with an oversized cardigan that adds some warmth for cooler days.
7- Get a New Hairstyle
A new season calls for a new style. Freshen up your look for warmer weather with a new cut. You can try out something trendy, or go with your favorite look. As long as you feel confident, there is no right or wrong choice. Some people like to add bright highlights to their hair as well to get ready for the sunshine in the spring and summer months.
8- Think About Your Accessories
Want to stand out? Use the right accessories. Jewelry, belts, shoes, and even hair accessories can help you add a unique flair to anything you wear. Make sure you experiment with different options, colors, textures, and patterns when you are looking for the right warm-weather accessories.
Spring and summer are great times to update your wardrobe with new pieces that will have you feeling confident and looking great. It’s easier to buy new clothes as the warm weather hits because these bright and vibrant spring and summer pieces will be available more easily in stores.