Hot Weather Clothing Tips
Whether you love or loathe the challenge of staying stylish in the heat, we’ve got our eye on some versatile trending pieces that ought to see you through the season in style. Here are a few hot weather clothing tips for keeping your cool this summer.
With so many styling and layering options to work with, the simple slip dress hasn’t exactly been off the radar in the cooler months. If you haven’t already embraced the slip, summer is the time to do so. A slinky number can take you from day to night with just a change of footwear and accessories, so it’s perfect for back to back events during the festive season.
While everyone’s busy taking a guess at the soon to be announced Pantone Colour of the Year for 2019, street stylers are embracing the white-hot trend. Just be careful with that glass of red, okay?
For functional, religious or fashionable reasons, the headscarf has always been a perfectly versatile accessory. Heading into the summer months, headscarves can give your overall look instant retro-glamour or a pop of colour while taming your tresses.
Meanwhile, on local streets, we’re already seeing the classic Aussie summertime combo. Short hemlines, crop tops and white sneakers are dominating.
Front Row Favourites
Back in September, models walking for Marc Jacobs had their hair dyed in various soft pastel hues and teased the incoming trend. Much to the dismay of hairdressers the world over, pastel colours might just be the hair trend of the summer.
Street Stylers to Check Out
Serving Soviet style and moody stares through his Instagram presence, Sasha Trautvein is a Moscow scene kid turned fashion week street style favourite.
With a little under a decade of fashion and beauty blogging under her belt, it’s no wonder Carmen Grace Hamilton nails it in the style department every time.
New Kid on the Block
Ethical, sustainable and reuseable is the slow fashion mantra and new label Corepret offers all three. Offering men’s and women’s work wear, the focus of designers Gabrielle Leavesley, from Perth and Nessie Croft from Melbourne, is squarely on upcycling. We first spotted Coreprêt at Melbourne Fashion Week this year. If you’re a strong supporter of slow fashion, you need to check them out.
– Stay cool, we’ll see you next week for more –