Summer is almost here! You know what that means… It’s time to update your wardrobe! If you’re like most of us, that’s probably not the most concerning statement, despite the potential fun that could ensure. Making over one’s wardrobe can appear daunting at first, but with a little demystification, it becomes as simple as talking on your mobile phone. So here it is, how to give your wardrobe a stunning summer makeover.
1. Stock Up on the Casual Shirts
Casual t-shirts are a great way to keep your options open and feel good while you’re doing it. The right t-shirt can work by itself or with what you are already wearing. They are also advantageous because they come in a wide variety of colors. Having a few in a neutral color means having several different shirts that look fantastic with almost anything. In addition to colors, they are also available in a number of different cuts. And if neutral just isn’t your thing, many shirts in this style include printed graphics (maybe this is the time to go for that sorry I’m late I didn’t want to come shirt you’ve been eying for the last few weeks)–don’t be afraid to try things out to get a feel for what is most comfortable.
2. It’s Summer, Make Sure You Have Sunglasses
Sunglasses are an essential component of summertime. The thought of navigating through the day with the sun constantly in your eyes is unbearable, isn’t it? Thankfully, that reality will never come to pass because you are reading this list and now have the information! There are many varieties of sunglasses on the market, so finding the pair that is perfect for you might take some time. The best advice is to try them on yourself and get a second opinion from someone you trust. Even better, if you purchase two pairs you will ensure you are protected and can have even more fun mixing and matching with other outfits.
3. Don’t Forget the Shorts
Spending the summer without shorts is less bleak than it would likely be, and the images it conjures are still pretty bleak. So unless you plan on going everywhere in your underwear (which probably will not last long) or retreating to somewhere much colder, you will need at least a few pairs of shorts this summer. Shorts come in an array of different styles, cuts, and colors, and fit in a variety of different environments–whether playful or professional. Importantly, take care to ensure that you wear your shorts only 2-3 inches above your knees at most. Shorts extending more than that are (thankfully) not in style. 2017 is all about nostalgia, but that’s pushing things a bit too far.