The sun has been making appearances here and there, the air has gotten warmer and Brits have already started to host garden parties and barbecues. A glimpse of the summer means that you can no longer go around wearing knitted jumpers or wooly hats. The summer brings about a new era of fashion each year but what should you be wearing?
The season where swimming pools are inflated and water filled balloons are thrown at friends and family, is only around the corner. Where there’s a new season there is always a new fashion trend waiting to erupt.
If you’ve looked in your wardrobe, only to find it congested with wool jumpers and puffer coats, don’t worry because we have some tips on how you could spruce up your summer wardrobe.
Joggers were once worn when going for a run or burning calories at the gym but recently they have become a fashion staple as part of the emerging sportswear/activewear trend.
They are not only super comfortable but they are also extremely stylish and versatile.
Boohooman have launched their latest collection, with American hip-hop artist, French Montana.
The collection includes stylish joggers, bold and vibrant patterns.
Shorts are a great way to get some Vitamin C in those hamstrings.
The great thing about shorts is that they hardly ever go out of fashion, unless the temperature turns arctic, then there’s an exception.
River Island have a versatile range of shorts including those with and without patterns as well as neutral and bright tones: they have something for everyone.
T-Shirts are a classic and always a strong addition to your summer wardrobe. Not only will it keep you cool but it will up your street style game if worn correctly.
If you’re looking for basic tees for a bargain, Primark is your safe haven. They stock t-shirts in various colours and the feel of the fabric is amazing.
ASOS also do great t-shirts with aztec patterns and rose embroidery.
As satisfying walking without any footwear may be, to save yourself from blisters, cuts and bruises; the right footwear is essential.
Sliders, sandals, flip flops and loafers will be making appearances over the summer period. Any shape, any size and any colour. The possibilities are endless when it comes to choosing the right footwear for your feet.
Dune sell high quality and durable footwear which will last you for at least a couple summers.
Stepping out into the sun without sunglasses seems a bit silly.
Sunglasses are a great fashion accessory but they also protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays.
H&M have a range of cool and quirky sunglasses that will protect you from the harshness of the sun’s UV rays.
The sun may only be a temporary visitor so it’s important to take full advantage of it; that starts with making sure you have the right clothing and accessories to face the heat and well and truly enjoy the summer.