Floral dresses are always a classic look for summer.Ã‚Â You can experiment with colours and patterns printed with flowers, leaves, polka dots, colourful stripes, and small checks.Ã‚Â Some of the in-colours for this season are all shades of pastel and earthy colours, pinks, turquoise, purple, sea greens and sunny yellows.
Shorter and briefer garments are breezer and give you more exposed skin surface to dissipate sweat and body heat.Ã‚Â Short printed skirts, loose three-quarter pants teamed with a cool cut-sleeves tops or a body hug tee can make you stay cool and yet trendy this summer.
For those who want to hide the extra flab, try thin pants or long flowy skirts teamed with hip-touching tops.Ã‚Â For evening, try out knee-length back open dresses, or formal pants worn in soft colours with deeper shade of shirts teamed with a collar scarf.Ã‚Â A cream or white lace dress with nude coloured heels is perfect for summer parties and special occasions.
Accessories are known to accentuate the looks of any dress; this summer, match accessories according to your attire, whether traditional by co-ordinating everything from head to toe, as long as it is done in the right way, or wild and unconventional look, however, this can be a big risk as chances of washing out the whole look are possible.
Co-ordinating is good and so is experimentation, but it is advisable to stay in safe boundaries and not over emphasise on any part of your dressing.
Open shoes offer the comfort of cooler feet.Ã‚Â If your job or any occasion requires closed shoes, leather lining and leather inner soles help reduce the problem of sweaty, smelly feet!