“Its gettin hot in here, so take off all your clothes” It’s not me saying this! You remember the song by Nelly!?
While typically the first thing that comes out of my closet in the summers is my shorts, I’m beginning to wonder, is being less clad the real deal to dealing with summers?
Here’s what got me thinking- while shooting with Manali and her beautiful collection (from her brand- Threadology) which happened to be either full sleeves or 3/4th sleeves I realised my skin felt quite relieved rather than how burnt it feels directly under the strong sunlight!
Summer Fashion Tip: loose clothing is comfortable and also lets the skin breathe.
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While speaking to Manali I also realised that the cotton material was making all the difference. It’s so important for the skin to be able to breathe in the summers and that’s when you actually feel comfortable despite the heat and the sultry weather.
Summer Jackets or capes are actually quite multifunctional. I feel it works as a jacket in the places that are kept really chilly (thanks to it being so hot outside). It also prevents you from getting tanned and ending up with black arms *sigh*
The long flowy jackets look so beautiful especially in the holiday pictures under the sun!
Summer whites are the best pick for the season and especially when they are airy with soft breathable material and have the quirky little elements on them (notice the little heart on my sleeve?). We even threw on a stole which ideally people will only opt for in winters.
So here is the point I wish to make with this post- with the right kind of materials you can even be fully clad in the summers or wear layers and yet feel ‘summer cool’.
So there’s a thing about designer outfits, they are always unique because of the keen sensibility to fashion that a designer can put into each outfit they make. I loved the plaid details on the cuff, the lace borders to the stole and on the neckline and ofcourse the colourful pompoms. I’m sure you all took a good look at my outfit again to see all these detailings 😉
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