It’s official; I’m over the summer. It’s been too hot to function on most days and it doesn’t care that it’s making your electric bill get sky high. If anything, summer heat is rude. For the most part, I’ve been trying to avoid it at all costs, because the heat is so draining. That’s why “lazy summer” is a thing. There is one good I can attribute to scorching heat; it’s ability to melt away my body insecurities.
For most of the year, I stay away from shorts, high hems, and sleeveless anything. However, when that heat wave hits, I throw all my body insecurities out the window as I’m trying to catch a breeze. Once it feels like anything in the triple digits, bring on the shorts and tanks and stare (if you want) at my big, chunky legs and jiggly arm wings. If it’s cooling and easy to put on and go, then it’s a winner in my book. It’s just too hot to care, folks.
Keep reading to get the details on this look to wear on a hot summer day when you don’t want to wear anything at all.
Dresses are so perfect in the summer, because they are so easy to wear and go. A patterned dress gives the look of just a little more effort to an effortless look. Top the look off with minimalist accessories to give it a chic and uncomplicated look. In regards to makeup, keep your summer makeup minimal and avoid anything too sparkly.
eSTYLIST: Lazy Summer Day
- Shine On Drop Studs, $48, Kate Spade
- Patterned Dress, $34.99, H&M
- Splendid ‘Mason’ sandal, $67.95, Nordstrom
- Crossbody Wallet Bag, $29.90, Zara