Style Your Way Through The Summer

Styles change constantly form season to season and year to year, with summer fastly approaching, girls are scrambling to figure out how to style themselves for various events and everyday.  Here are some quick tips for putting together your favorite outfits.

If you typically dress very ladylike and girlie, now is your chance to add some edge to your outfit.   Try pairing a dainty dress with a leather blazer.   The blazer will give you just the right amount of edge, without taking away from the ladylike feel of the dress.  Bell bottoms never go out of style.  They are the jeans that keep on coming back from your mom’s era to today’s world…but how to wear your bell bottoms is the real question.  Try pairing your flared jeans with chunky platforms for the perfect look, because 70’ style is always in fashion for a casual summer look.

With summer comes the little white dress instead of the little black dress, and what better way to add some edge to your LWD, then with a pop of color.  Give your look a sultry finish with a colorful shoe.  Try red, cobalt blue or any other vibrant color.  Studded accessories are the perfect way to add a little something extra to a normally plain outfit.  Accessories take any look from chic to not so chic.  They can dress up or down an outfit.  Try pairing a floral dress with a studded clutch, or stack your bracelets.  Cover your arm with bangles, mix metallic’s and colors, vary the sizes, when accessorizing don’t go overboard, but one rule of thumb is that there are no rules.

This summer is all about taking risks, wear vibrant colors, bright suits, and monochromatic looks in cool hues, everything and anything is fair game.  But stay true to who you are, but use these styling tips for that little extra push you needed to make that outfit from drab to chic.


Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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