This is the scenario…it’s 28 degrees outside but you’re on the way to the office. You are perspiring at an alarming rate and you’re getting yourself in a bit of a fluster. Sound like you on a regular basis in Summer? If it is then you need to read on. We know that there are many hurdles when it comes to getting the balance of your outfit right. You want to keep cool but still look sophisticated. It’s not an easy task so we have decided to give you helping hand.
When the weather starts to cool, I’m always like, “HUH!?, I thought it was still Summer!?” Then, of course, the panic kicks in — I haven’t even thought about Autumn shopping!! But until you are ready to top up the wardrobe, there are certain loopholes i have found.
One of the biggest fashion conundrums is knowing how to dress for the transitional period. The weather can be all over the place and very unpredictable, so it’s difficult to get that perfect balance right when it comes to your outfits. It can be torrential rain first thing in the morning and baking hot as your lunch breaks swings by.
It’s been on the fashion agenda for well over a year now, and the nineteen-seventies is loving the limelight so much, it just isn’t going away. The silky-shirted, wide-legged, big-haired style is appropriate anywhere, and looks especially at home in the Riviera or at a festival. Brush up on the calling cards of true 1970’s style with our round up below. Think of your eccentric aunts old floral cushion covers and you’ve got an idea of what sort of styles we are getting at.