Sunday, August 19, 2012

Summer Styling : Preparing For Your Holiday

Those of us that are lucky enough to venture abroad this season may wish to invest in a number of style essentials in order to create a new summer wardrobe. There are assortments of exciting styles to choose from, with maxi dresses, gladiator sandals, sun hats, over sized shades and high waisted shorts all making fashion waves this season.

Whilst poor weather continues to afflict most of the UK, despite the occasional reprieve, popular European resorts are continuing to boast favourable climates. Those planning a holiday will therefore find plenty of opportunities to wear their new styles, meaning that any purchases made now are likely to be a worthwhile investment.

One Item, Multiple Outfits

When preparing for your holiday, the most important thing to remember is that multiple outfits can be created or based around a single item. Take a pair of high waisted shorts for example - simply team them with a pair of tights and a blazer for a sophisticated and casual look or don some sandals and a vest top for something a little cooler.

High waisted shorts, a retro tee and a pair of sandals also make great festival attire. The best thing about this style is its versatility. If the heavens decide to open, work a cute rain mac and a pair of statement Wellington boots into the mix.

Shorts are a great investment for any wardrobe – and can even be worn outside of the summer months. If you wish to wear a pair of cutesy summer shorts in the winter months, opt for layering and pair with leggings or tights. This on-trend style will allow you to wear even the shortest shorts in the coldest of climates.

Shorts are also worn to sporting events, to the beach, by the pool and to the office. Some of today’s more contemporary styles can also be worn in formal situation, especially when teamed with a shirt and matching blazer.

This modern look will allow you to wear shorts to the office, ensuring you always look your best whilst keeping cool in warm weather.

When choosing the style of short which is best for you there are a number of options to consider. High waisted shorts are particularly popular at the moment, offering a more professional and sophisticated style. That being said, shorter, lower waisted varieties still remain popular and those who don’t want to show a lot of flesh can always opt for three quarter length versions.

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